I loved this book. I loved the challenging way that the author examines each aspect of ones relationship with Christ. In a style that is often humerous, and often bone-chilling, Idleman uses modern day analogies to clearly depict the difference between being a "fan" of Jesus, and KNOWING Jesus.
I subtracted one star due to the fact that I am not sure that the author conveys enough hope to the reader as the book goes along. One occasionally gets a sense of "Geesh! I'll never live up to this!" Idleman does make the point that Jesus is not expecting perfection, but authenticism; however, I am not sure he emphasizes it often enough. But, if I could subtract half of a star for that, I would--because it is really insignificant overall.
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