Liana Mav Mav itibaren Hardaspur, Uttar Pradesh 212652, Hindistan
Uzun zamandır okuduğum en iyi gizemlerden biri. Gizem karakterlere ikincil olduğu için Kate Atkinson'ı çok anımsatıyor. Bu kitabı indiremedim.
I read this about three years ago: Lee Strobel is a journalist who decides to partake in a spiritual journey into the realm of Christianity. As such, his wife had converted to Christianity, and Strobel, being curious about the faith, decided to use his background as a newspaper writer to ask Biblical scholars about the supposed "impossibilities" and "contradictions" in the Gospels. A great read for both believers and skeptics alike.
Now one of my favorite books of all time! I LOVED it! I coudn't put it down (except when I HAD to!) HIGHLY recommend. It is the "prequel" to The Blue Sword, and I don't think it matters which order you read them in.
there was nothing remarkable about this book. It wasn't good; it wasn't bad. It wasn't exceptionally well written, but it also wasn't poorly written. I understand it was supposedly exhaustively researched, but I found nothing in it that I hadn't already known from my religious studies classes in college and independent reading of some of the non-canonical gospels. In short, I expected a lot more than what was delivered. It was dry and lacking any real emotional depth, which given that it was written from a child's POV is somewhat understandable - but still nothing that really made me take up and take notice. The best I can say for this book is that it was an easy read and entirely benign.