Bright, self-assured, professionally successful Nick Cominsky is in a quandary. Seventy hour work weeks, a disgruntled wife, and a two year old leave little room for accepting anonymous dinner invitations. Then again, he isn’t invited every night to a dinner with Jesus of Nazareth. A meal worth attending, even if it is a prank by his work buddies. Or so he thinks . . .
“If there’s one person I would like to interview, it would be Jesus.” – Larry King
Nick Cominsky has that chance.
One on one.
What would it be like to actually talk with Jesus of Nazareth today? In a thought-provoking and highly entertaining style, Dinner With a Perfect Stranger addresses questions about God, religion, science, the meaning of life, fulfillment, suffering, relationships, heaven—the things that, deep down, we all wonder about.
Good Little Read| Posted July 20, 2011
It didn't take me very long at all to finish this short story about a man who finds himself having dinner with Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It was a nice little story that made you want to kick back and relax,and emphasized that Jesus is who He says He is and that an encounter with him will change your life.
I recieved this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Company as part of their blogging program.