And yes, I *know* I’m exceeding my self-imposed ‘quota’ of Christian books here – but I can’t NOT include this second non-fiction book in my ’30 must-reads’. Because this book, in my opinion, should be read like a handbook for our lives; informing us of philosophical underpinnings we’re not easily made aware of in today’s information-overloaded culture.
There is SO MUCH brilliant information here, thoroughly yet concisely presented. It reads like a textbook in its organisation, making it easily digestible in spite of its comprehensive size.
Yes, it’s dated – published 2001 – and yet, it’s still profoundly relevant here and now – June 2016. Which is why I don’t hesitate to recommend it to you, dear reader!
And have a lovely day today 🙂