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Our Favorite Sins

Our Favorite Sins The Sins We Commit and How You Can Quit

By Todd Hunter
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.82 Stars

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On 2/2 Ryan J Pelton wrote: This book is an examination of the common temptations and sins people fall into as mere mortals. Hunter spends a good amount of time in the book looking at our "disordered desires" and how these desires left unexamined can lead to sin and broken fellowship with God and others. He then gives practical ... Good diagnoses poor solutions

Ryan J's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/12 pkmizen wrote: Our Favorite Sins, the title grabbed my attention because who really categorizes their sins by ‘favorite’ or ‘least favorite’. This book helps you to see sin for what it is and then gives small doable steps for how you can walk away from those ‘favorite sins’ that we just can’t help ourselves ... Our Favorite Sins

pkmizen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/11 Be bold Be faithful Be courageous wrote: Our Favorite Sins: The Sins We Commit and How You Can Quit by Todd Hunter. This book is most definitely a non-fiction book and could be looked at as a self help book as well.  I’d say was the read was ‘ok’.     It was interesting based on the topic of sin. Several sins are looked ... Our Favorite Sins.

Be bold Be faithful Be courageous 's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/8 Rayel wrote: It took me a bit to get into this book. I will admit I have started it several times and never made it far. I pretty much had the first 4 pages memorized. This time I started on page 4 (ok bottom of page 3) and went on from there. To sit down and read about things you know in your head you are doing ... So much to learn...

Rayel's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/21 Ashley wrote: In Our Favorite Sins, Todd Hunter looks at the sins we commit and how to quit. Research from the Barna Group is included as well. A variety of common sins from procrastination to laziness were discussed. I thought this book was a mediocre read. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book ... Our Favorite Sins by Todd Hunter

Ashley 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/12 Cari Masek wrote: Our Favorite Sins, by pastor Todd Hunter, is a book about overcoming temptations and gaining victory over sin. The book cover claims this book to be"the essential guide for beating temptation." A recent study by the Barna Group revealed that the top five temptations are anxiety, procrastination, gluttony, ... Our Favorite Sins

Cari's Rating:

2 Stars

On 10/7 Beth Jones wrote: A lot of people consider themselves to be "Christians" and are more than willing to accept the label without actually considering what it means to be loyal, what it means to be holy, what it means to truly follow Christ. This book addresses all that and more in a way that is passionate, understanding, ... An interesting look at Christianity

Beth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/2 Casey Taylor wrote: If you're looking for a book about temptation somewhere in the religion/spirituality section of your favorite bookstore, Bishop Todd Hunter's Our Favorite Sins: The Sin We Commit and How You Can Quit is not quite what you would expect to find.  Search the keyword "temptation" and you'll find ... "Our Favorite Sins" - A Review

Casey's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/6 Jon Snyder wrote: *Our Favorite Sins* by Todd Hunter is a book about temptation. Using proprietary scientific research rather than simple anecdotes, Hunter studies those things that draw us away from God. Let me preface by saying that I am a huge Todd Hunter fan. He is one of the few people I try to find speaking nearby. ... A repetitive, but excellent overview of what keeps us from God

Jon's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/15 jonathan everette wrote: Well, how do you deal with temptation?According to Todd Hunter in Our Favorite Sins, if you're like most Americans, not all that well. That's what makes his book so incredible. This is one of the best books I've read on dealing with temptation.I'll begin by saying that this book is in no way, shape or ... How do you deal with temptation?

jonathan's Rating:

5 Stars