Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Review: The Reason Why: Mark Mittelberg


This is a deceptively easy read: it seems so simple; it reads quickly, you can read it in under an hour, but…

…it’s really quite a bit more complicated and if you read through it too quickly, you’re bound to miss the meat of the message: ‘faith makes sense, and here’s why’.

If you’ve already accepted Jesus, this is the book that will help quell those doubts that are bound to pop up from time to time, and answer those questions that you never realized you should have asked. If this is the first time you’ve considered asking Christ into your life, this book answers those questions that every pre-believer is faced with.

And if you’ve been ‘thinking about it’ for some time this book pushes you to make the decision that you already know you should have made.

Years ago business man Robert A Laidlaw wrote a book for his employees explaining “The Reason Why.” Mark Mittelberg has updated the book. When Laidlaw wrote, Christianity was the ‘norm’ in this country, today with modernism, postmodernism and politically correct, pluralism and universalism, it’s even more important that we understand “The Reason Why Faith Makes Sense”.

Warning: reading this book may cause you to question your worldview!

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review.

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