I really enjoyed listening to the Eye of the Needle because it's very vivid description of the time and the issues. It brings together a wealth of information.
It's grasp of the complexities of the time and its ability to present them in a way that made them transparent.
No, but I really like the way he reads. Engaging.
Money is at the bottom of most things, even in Early Christianity. Many of my preconceptions about some of the Church Fathers have been modified.
It's a great book and worth the listen.
It gave me, relatively new and relatively weary of sharing in public forums like face-book and twitter an insight into what the benefits of such sharing could mean on a global level. It changed the way I look at global internet sharing of data, stories, information and to what degree I think I need to
Most compelling was the way the argument for more openness was presented.
Openness can make the world a better place
I loved listening to it and am thinking of listening to it again, something I don't often do with an audio book.
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