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Fill These Hearts: God, Sex, and the Universal Longing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2013

    This book is phenomenal!!! Christopher West is a genius!  I was

    This book is phenomenal!!! Christopher West is a genius!  I was once teetering on the edge of becoming a Christian, and Christopher West's book "At The Heart of The Gospel" is what pushed me over! Now, this new book, I had to get and read immediately!!  There's so much tangible truth to this message, it truly is universal! THIS BOOK IS AMAZING!!   I may even convert to Catholicism cause this book makes more sense and gets me yearning for God more than a Max Lucado or Joel Osteen book (both good authors though).  BUY IT!  READ IT!! DISCOVER GOD'S LOVE!!! 

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 8, 2013

    GET THIS BOOK! What these aches & loneliness & longing for love I wrestle with are all about.

    This ranks with a very small number of books that are truly "Life Changing" without such a claim being mere hyperbole. For me, this alters forever the view of God, Sex and what it actually means to be a human being. It will be impossible for me to view movies, music, food, sex, desire, God, relationships, in the same way after reading this book. It is like going from grainy black & white film to IMAX 3D. Rarely have I been drawn in to read a book cover to cover in one sitting, but this was a quick, exciting, entertaining, but profound journey of revelation about what humans ache for, the deepest longing for love and the ache and fear of loneliness. It felt like reading a book co-written by Seth Godin/Tribes and Rick Warren/The Purpose Driven Life. But, this was not a practical guide to do anything or 'become' something different. This was an exposition, a discovery of who we already are, but may have forgotten or perhaps never known. In doing so, it changes everything about life and who we are, what we want and why we want it.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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