Good with a few flaws
Posted December 02, 2009
This book is valuable in that it communicates that our purpose centres around God and his will for us. Warren is a great writer and a master of the catchy one liner.
This book is worth a look for Christians, not so much for non-Christians. While it has been marketed as having evangelistic uses, its presentation of the gospel is not as clear as it could or should be. It would be better to give a non-believer other clearer books to introduce them to the gospel, and then this once they get saved.
The book does use a lot of scripture but it tends to often rip it out of context, or quote only part of a verse/thought. The use of so many different bible translations is a bit odd and should be unnecessary.
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