The writing style is slightly in depth making it a slower read than I expected, but worth the time.
I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in better understanding the problems we are facing now. +
Peter Kreeft's new book, Back to Virtue, is the best introduction to the topic that I have ever read.
Kreeft defines the cardinal virtues, the seven deadly sins and the beatitudes and brings clarity to these often misunderstood concepts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Superior sailor
Truly comprehensive and inspiring. The author brings the virtues to life in a way that makes you want to embrace them for yourself and live them out in your life.Published 3 months ago by Jayne M. Schwarz
This is Kreeft's best of the 4 I have read. Clear, concise, to the point, it's a good way to start thinking about good and evil, vices and virtues, and how best to apply oneself... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Karen L. Eggermont
I thought I knew what virtue was. I did not. I had it confused with morality. Although closely related, virtue is not the same thing as morality. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I found this book at the library on a recent retreat, and it was by Divine Design that I did find it! I read it in 2 days. It is, like I said, "excellent." And Dr. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Susie Melkus
This is a book for someone who knows that to make a better world it takes rolling up the sleeves and cleaning up our act. Peter Kreeft worked hard to write this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Maribel Gomez
The author presents many scripture examples to reinforce our call to virtue. The writing style is slightly in depth making it a slower read than I expected, but worth the time.Published 15 months ago by K. Magoto
I found this book to be very well written and relevant to our times. I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in better understanding the problems we are facing now. +Published 17 months ago by Maria Aznar