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This book was very interesting and thought provoking.
I am very much involved in reading and studying the Bible and his book has given me new insights into really making God's Word a living reality in my life.
The final section of the book is an illuminating introduction to Bible translation and ultimately to The Message (his translation) itself.
One of the best and most balanced treatments of the "devotional" life of the believer! If your devotional life is struggling, this will breathe new life into your time in prayer... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jacob Sweeney
Eugene Peterson, the author of the Message paraphrase of the Bible is a prolific author. He has also authored several other books, including a 5 volume spiritual theology series. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jason Kanz
I found this book very helpful in my approach to studying and using the bible. His discussion of "The Message" and how it came about is fascinating.Published 27 days ago by Mile-Hi Fan
Peterson is an author worth testing out. His Message is so. It help to me in hearing the Bible in an easy way (in my
language) Now with this book I begin to taste the words... Read more
Not the easiest book to read, or "digest" but worth the effortPublished 3 months ago by Linda Poulton
Although Dr. Peterson's writing style is intellectual, it is full of interesting information about The Bible and the difficult job of translating it from the original Hebrew and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Stewart
a little heavy reading 4 my intellect ver religious and very completative haeps anyone interested in understanong the biblePublished 5 months ago by Cheryl Parkes
I started slowly with this book, but loved it. A wealth of information historically and it will challenge you personally. Definitely Eat!Published 5 months ago by Carol A Crocker
This book was very interesting and thought provoking. I liked how the author presented the information and I found it inforrmative and inspirational!Published 6 months ago by Rodney L. Graves