A Conversation with God
If You Could Ask God Anything What Would It Be?
By Alton Gansky
Basically, the author has attempted to create a “conversation” between God and the reader regarding 55 common questions about God, Christianity, Jesus, humanity, sin, etc… The reader (i.e. you) asks God a question, and God answers.
Now, I understand the author’s motive here, but what he accomplishes falls somewhat short of his goal. The “conversation” comes off slightly hokey sounding. The book offers some pretty basic theology for a new Christian in a format that they might find friendly, but a seasoned Christian will probably feel that this book is just a bit strange.
In a nutshell, this is a pretty decent book for a fledgling Christian, especially in the older teen/early twenties range. It isn’t bad as a simple refresher on basic Christian theology, but it wont stand as a serious book to study.
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