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18 September 2011 @ 19:49
Rumors of God review  

Rumors of God book review 

Rumors of God by Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson was a book that I enjoyed reading.  This book was definitely worth-while to read, and my copy now features many underlined passages where I marked thoughts for later re-reading with my pen.  This is a book that after reading, certain sentences from it may recurr in your mind over and over, urging deeper thought with every reverberation.  

The subtitle beneath the title reads, "experience the kind of faith you've only heard about".  This book's focus is on faith, Grace, seeing the big picture, and trusting God.  Its messages are those I've heard elsewhere, but that I particularly liked reading again in the form of this book.  It brings to mind questions about consumerism, materialsim, the American dream, and what it really means to live in faith.  I thought that it also validated the adventure that a person can have when thrusting one's everything in the hands of God.  It requires all, but the reward is inexpressible.  The authors question the superficial ways that people have begun to view life, and urge them on to something different.  This is a message that is being reiterated in lots of books lately, but it's because it needs desperately to be heard.  This book is not just another shout-out of hope.  

I encourage you to pick up a copy of this book and discover the meaning that lies within it, for this generation and every one that follows.  

Disclaimer: A complimentary copy of Rumors of God was provided to me by BookSneeze, in return for my honest review.

lolantheoji on 1st November 2011 02:41 (UTC)
For some reason, I can’t see all of this content, stuff keeps hiding? Are you taking advantage of java?

Lady Hannahspacious_soul on 22nd November 2011 04:51 (UTC)
Hhm, there should not be any hidden content in this post..