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Posted November 17, 2010
A professional football coach who meets Jesus and lives on a ranch. An interesting story about an interesting man. Bum lives most of his life as a good man, but it's not till later that he discovers his need for Christ.
I thought the book was interesting and a pretty quick read. Bum is a great man who lived an amazing life. I enjoyed reading about his experience coaching highschool football and working alongside Bear Bryant. The only thing I had issue with was when Bum made it pretty clear that "All-star" Christians don't drink or smoke or curse. The only problem with this thinking is that it leads to legalism. However, this thinking is very popular with those who are Bum's generation.
The book didn't have too much spiritual depth and rather was more along the lines of a book written for his children. There were several points in the book where as I read I figured the section was written for Bum's family rather than just any reader.
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