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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2002

    One man's opinion

    Joshua and Joshua and the Children were delightful books, a little preachy, but delightful stories with real people. David Campbell, the main character in this book, is nothing more than the author personified. The real reason Mr. Girzone wrote this book was not to so much inspire or even entertain, but as a way to simply express his opinions about the Catholic Church. I find it very confusing he was a priest in the very Church he judges so harshly--did he always feel this way? He makes it sound like you can throw out the law (and I don't mean Church law, but God's law). If that were true, then we wouldn't have needed a Savior, because there would have been no law to break. As I've heard some people say, 'the gospel is perfect, but the people aren't.' Mr. Girzone should take that into consideration. After reading this latest (I am assuming) installment of the Joshua series, I will probably not be picking up another. Mr. Girzone tells, rather than shows, what God's love can do to change lives.

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