Yes, A.J. Jacobs is a very good narrator. I was continually anxious for what would be next.
I don't remember the fellows name, the guy that helped him keep grounded in the Jewish Faith and all of it's twists.
No. I am a Born again Christian, I continually waited for A.J. to be inspired by the life of Jesus and the New Testament and find Jesus himself. What happened? He cut his beard and left his robe behind and became the same person he was before he started. As it turned out for A.J. the year was a "project" for a book and not something life altering that Jesus went to the Cross for.
I am glad that I spent the time with A.J. Jacobs. I do wish that he would understand that living biblically after the crucifixion of Jesus changed greatly. After Jesus died on the cross we must accept Him as the Messiah born of a virgin and ask Him to forgive our sins and the Trinity fills in where all of the "do this at this time" was in ancient" Trinity--Father,Son,Holy Spirit.
The narrator, keeps the listeners attention
How the story of Job can be related to today's life when we follow God
Everything, GREAT performance
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