Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Dinner With A Perfect Stranger

Dinner With A Perfect Stranger
by David Gregory

When faced with an invitation to have dinner with Jesus, a doubting and struggling man gives in assuming it to be a big joke.  What he finds is nothing short of a miracle, forcing him to face questions, thoughts and challenging ideas that had followed him his whole life. 

What a refreshing and intriguing book!  I was hooked immediately and curious, engaged up until the end and left wishing for more.  Short yet packed with thought provoking ideas and concepts, this book is an instant favorite for me.  Chapters are quick and easy reads, yet enough food for thought to keep ones mind going for hours and days after reading.

An excellent book to share with an un-believing or on the fence friend or family member, the book presents many of the argued points in regards to Jesus, Christianity and religion in general in a non-confrontational or preachy manner that still gets across the main points while painting Jesus Christ in an accepting, loving and down to earth manner.  Easy to understand even for those un-exposed to the Christian faith, the book opens the door for more conversation as well as explains the foundations of the Christian faith and salvation.  A book I would highly recommend everyone read, believer or not, as it introduces a new way to look at presenting Christ as well as plenty of opportunity for self searching and growth.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated for writing this review.

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