Friday, August 26, 2016
Although it's not uncommon to find Christian theology mixed in with Celtic spirituality in these types of books, I was surprised to find Zen mixed within the pages. The Zen pieces he chose to include were mixed in well without interrupting the flow. Observations and invitations encourage the reader to consider ones own experiences in the past and to use new ones in the future to create a meaningful spiritual life in the mundane that we often seem to occupy. This ponderous piece is not for the serious study, but for those who are more whimsical in their search of the divine.
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Friday, August 19, 2016
I was enthralled throughout the entire book. The simple storytelling made it an easy read, while the stunning black and white drawings brought the drama to life at the most extraordinary moments.
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Friday, August 12, 2016
Backed by scripture, Thomas provides a faith-filled read that includes not only his family's experiences, but the experiences of other Christian parents who share his ideals. Anybody wishing to strengthen their Christian faith along with their growing family will enjoy this book.
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