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Prototype: What Happens When You Discover You're More Like Jesus Than You Think?

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  • Posted July 25, 2013

    Good, But Not Great. This has some memorable quotes and verses t

    Good, But Not Great. This has some memorable quotes and verses that are worth exploring further, but it felt to me somewhat inconclusive, or just scratching the surface of the concepts. The prototype idea is intriguing, but it wasn't developed to the point where I could grasp it. This book seemed to be addressed to those who are already Christians, as encouragement. There were plenty of reasons to be encouraged, but it seemed to be lacking something. I'm not sure why his message was obscure to me; possibly because I didn't have the experience he had as a child, or because his upbringing was so different from mine. Possibly it was because his writing was so repetitive. I plan to read it again, to see if I can get more out of it.

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  • Posted July 8, 2013

    "Jesus is God and we are not. Most of us get that. But what

    "Jesus is God and we are not. Most of us get that. But what we don’t always understand is that God loves us just as much as He does His son." That is the basis of Prototype, written by Jonathan Martin of Renovatus church in North Carolina. The idea that Jesus is a prototype was interesting. The author is a decent storyteller and the book was an easy read.

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