©2009 Andrew Farley; (P)2009 Zondervan
Andrew delivers a timely , well thought out apologetic for the true message of the new testament .
The modern parables that he uses really help to get the point across .
The narration in this book is okay but not the best I have heard ! Well worth the listen !
I enjoyed Andrew Farley's newest book, God Without Religion, so I decided to give this one a try. However, I couldn't get through more than about 15 minutes of listening to this one. The narrator is just unbearable which is sad because I'm quite sure that the book would be just as good as his newest one.
I hope I can get through this book. The phony sounding narrator is horribly distracting from the message.
A step toward understanding the Bible's message for perhaps the first time. Legalism hates this message because it Liberates the captives by showing what Christ has really done for them in the Gospel! Satan hates this for the same reasons. Be Free for once; so you can Worship, and mean it!
No, not on audio anyway. The reader of the book was awful. He sounded like a game show host, which when reading a book on Christ makes it even more awful.
Something in fiction.
I did not like anything about this performance. Thought it was bad. Sorry Don.
Yes and no about the follow-up. I'm not sure that I agree with everything Farley has to say. This is a book I would feel better actually reading, as opposed to listening to it, so that I can go back and do my own research on some things Farley brings up.
I don't think Andrew Farley's book is "dangereous" l but I can see where his Naked Gospel could be confusing to some. I think he has some good points but they need to be flushed out better than they were in the book.
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