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This book posits that fasting is the proper response to grievous sacred moments. McKnight also suggests Westerners are afflicted with a dualism, which considers the body... Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. Vaughn
This is a very good discussion of the facets of fasting within a Christian's life. I learned a lot and hope to put some of the ideas into practice.Published 17 months ago by Phil Gilliland
This book was immensely helpful in putting fasting into the proper perspective. I found these to be most helpful aspects:
*McKnight's grasp of early church history and... Read more
I liked it. Very readable, well supported premise. Thought provoking and worthy of consideration when promoting fasting as a expression of spirituality.Published 24 months ago by lucinda
Is the practice of faith centered solely on the spirit? Is the body an enemy, or can it actually play a role in our pursuit of God? Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Brian Ayers
Don't even waste your money on books of Biblical fasting unless you read this book first. Today, there is a popular preacher that should be ashamed he is selling "his" book... Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Joshua-Paul Johnian
I learned a lot from this book, about a topic I have misunderstood for a long time! I really like Scot McKnight's writing style.Published on November 18, 2012 by faithfull
This is probably the best book and teaching on fasting that I have seen. The majority of the book spends time looking at biblical and historical examples for why and how people... Read morePublished on August 15, 2012 by Brian Murphy