This was one of the best books I have ever listened to. The early history of Bonhoeffer, the strife within the German church, andthe person struggles Bonhoeffer had to justify in his own heart becoming part of the "Conspiracy" were all developed brilliantly by MetaTexas. This is a great story of faith, espionage, evil, love and tragedy. I highly recommend it!
This is volume 2 of Eugene Petersons 5 volume series on Spiritual Theology. His style is very conversational and understandable. I highly recommend this book and the others in the series.
If you're looking for an unbiased historical analysis of the History of Christianity, this is not the book. The author continually takes shots at Christianity throughout the book. For all the detail he provides, he continually fails to provide evidence for many of the comments/ shots he takes at Christianity. The author's biases were so apparent that they inhibited his ability to properly present a strong documented historical analysis of Christianity. I can read just about anything and look for positive take aways from a book. I have never rated a book this poorly, but this book was a waste of time and money.
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