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Posted August 30, 2013
I tried reading his More Than a Carpenter book years ago. Althou
I tried reading his More Than a Carpenter book years ago. Although I was intrigued by the concept of an atheist becoming a Christian after a dare to prove that Jesus was who he said He was. And the authors trip to Europe to prove that He didn't exist, then finding out He did. The book was rather dry to me. And from what I have heard, you either love it or just don't get into it. That was me, I was already a believer and didn't need that proof to show He was not a lier, but the real deal. Now this book is the authors basically biography, the story of his life and some unbelievable events that details how he became who he is today. The story flowed well, was well written, and as hard as some of the subjects were, interesting. And what is even more interesting to me, is this is the 2nd book in a row I have read that have been about a father abusing their children. The first was fiction, this was not. I really liked this book, and I think it would be a good read for a Christian, or someone searching for the truth. He has the proof in here that would at least make you question.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 5, 2013
This is the true story of Josh McDowell, author and evangelist.
This is the true story of Josh McDowell, author and evangelist. The book chronicles his childhood and college years, and was written by Josh and film director Cristobal Krusen.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This is a powerful story of Josh's upbringing. He overcame many struggles in life to get where he is today. I have read some of Josh's books but did not know his story or seen the film based on his life. I would have liked to see the story continue past his seminary years, which is where the book stops.