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The Gourmet Gospel: A Spiritual Path to Guilt-Free Eating

Narrated by: Abdiel LeRoy
Length: 6 hrs and 40 mins
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The means to merciful munching! 

Ever felt guilty about how much you eat? Or what you eat? Or when you eat? Let this audiobook, here narrated by the author, dispel your guilt! 

Using principles from the Bible and great thinkers, The Gourmet Gospel will lead you to freedom of conscience in every aspect of life, and especially when it comes to "merciful munching". 

LeRoy explains why diets and "low-fat" foods are a path to condemnation and doomed to fail. Instead, he invites you to dine in joy and freedom, and to take a peaceful path to your healthy weight. 

Meanwhile, this audiobook celebrates the infinite variety of "Grace", meaning "unmerited favor of God", and shows how this simple idea transforms us, both at the individual level as well as globally. 

A former Reuters journalist and religion correspondent, the author is also a professional narrator, making for a rich and rewarding listen!

Now let this audiobook set YOU free!

©2018 Abdiel LeRoy (P)2018 Abdiel LeRoy

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Magnificent!

Yes, I am a HUGE fan of Abdiel and Leroy. I've read AND listened to his books, yes, I've read his work, and then also listened to the audiobooks as well. I wasn't sure what to expect when I read the title, but I was sure that it would be worth the read, no matter the topic. I know how well Leroy writes, and how he tells his stories, very dramatically, and it fits. I've found myself rereading the classics, such as Paradise Lost and Dante's Inferno, as I was inspired to read them again, and again. I have also read Leroy's work just as much. Getting to this one, I was not surprised at how well the words flowed together, gaining insight, an insight of the author's feelings of religion, belief and faith. It's a majestic flow of words that expresses ideations and humanity, telling a wondrous story. As always, if Leroy writes it or speaks it, I will be there to read and listen.