I've listened to some of his books and watched several of his videos. He always has something to say that's worth listening to, pondering and praying about even if I ultimately don't wholly agree. The problem I have with his books is that he seems to go out of his way to use antagonistic language that makes it hard for me to get past the anger and listen to the points he's trying to make. I found it sometimes better to pause the book and start again later after I'd had time to let emotion cool and ponder what it was he might really be trying to say. He also covers a lot of biblical ground in this book so unless you're willing to simply take his word for it be prepared to do your homework!
Sadly many of the first books in this series are only available from audible in abridged format. This one in particular seems like there is so much cut out that you're left with more of a synopsis than a book. The fact that the reader sprints through it with hardly a pause between sentences simply makes it worse. The only real reason to listen is if you want a quick review of the story.
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