I enjoyed this book minus the author's view on God and politics. I bought the book for the factual content of the science, not his liberal views on humanity, politics and God. There are some very blunt comments in the book that I could definitely do without. Most likely, I won't get another title from this author again unless it's something similar, meaning I find the science of viruses extremely interesting, which made the book worth my time.
The author's ability to use examples to contrast his message. He would take an example of a case he had previously reported on in his journalism career and then use the unique details to emphasize his points.
There were some things I never knew, I didn't realize the other historic texts on Jesus. Again, something in school I was never taught; and I definitely don't recall that information from catechism.
My favorite part of the book was Strobel's ending, what he said.... I won't ruin it for you, but it resonated with me. It was his perspective, I just never thought of it like that.
No, I did take a break from it, but I do that with most of my books I listen to rather than read.
Recommend to Christian and unbelievers, either way I think either one will come away from this book enlightened.
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