Not everything believed a biblical truth is truly biblical.
The authors debunk 12 commonly accepted beliefs that cause bondage rather than liberty. They explain how nuggets of truth become cornerstones for error when wrongly understood, and they help build solid scriptural foundations that produce emotional freedom.
©1995 Henry Cloud and John Townsend (P)2009 Zondervan
If you find yourself uneasy with some of the ways the Christian church practices the beliefs of the Bible this book would be good for you. The content of this book really makes you think about some of the beliefs you have grown up believing in the church and whether or not they are built on biblical truth. It causes you to question why you believed that way and gives you some biblical insight at how to break this "Crazy Maker."
I love the chapter on "the shoulds." So much good stuff in that chapter.
Actually...I was a little dissappointed that John or Henry was not reading the book but Peterson did a nice job with the reading.
Still trying to digest all the truth of this book. Great listen!! Highly recomend it
Personally I bought the audi version duo to financial possibilities. I consider the print version more personal. If I want to look up something from this book, it's harder to find it on the audio file than in the summary of the book.
For me, the end of the book( the conclusion) was the most memorable part. The author's humble and honesty that they can also be wrong, or make mistakes made them reliable.
Accurate, understandable for foreign English speakers, who's mother tongue is not English, but they have advanced skills.
The authors purpose to be non-denominational.
As for me as a hungarian who would like to master English, it helped a lot. And as for a Christian it gave true principles in studying the Bible.
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