The book as it is is good. But it does not contain the pilgramage of Christian's wife and children, the second half of the book.
I only would only recommend it if they put up an unabridged version of the next book in the series.
It is only half a story. I don't recall anything getting resolved at the end of this "book".
It's nice but, like psychology itself, the book is steeped in a liberal materalist worldview. Still you can get some interesting information out of it.
"At a time when wars are fought over scriptural interpretation" did Plotz write this in the 16th century during the protestant reformation?
"when the influence of religion on American politics has never been greater", a time when people whine about "separation of church and state" whenever religion comes up in the context of government?
This doesn't bode well for the quality of the book.
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