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The Second Most Important Book You Will Ever Read: A Personal Challenge to Read the Bible Paperback – March 15, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
I read voraciously and have read many, many books on religion, about religion and by people purporting to speak for the adherents of a religion.
Never before have I been subjected to what can only be termed as the rants of a self-delusional, self-aggrandizing fool. I can only imagine that this is a failed attempt at entering the hallowed halls of the mega-church-pastor. This man wants a helicopter and a mansion.
As Dorothy Parker once wrote: "This is not a book to put down. This is a book to be thrown with great force".
Pity that a tree had to die for such inane drivel.
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Absolutely what I wanted and expected. Very professional service with timely delivery. Would Highly recommend!Published 15 months ago by Gary Lambert
Actually one of the worst books I've started. Couldn't finish because of the total inaccuracy of the content.Published 18 months ago by kelly jones
I have not read the book, nor am I religious. But I am a native Texan where Dan Patrick, whose real name is Dannie Scott Goeb, is running for Lt. Governor. If Mr. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Henry Ridgeway
This book will help you to understand and make reading the bible FUN! Maybe "fun" is not the correct word, more interesting. Read morePublished on July 13, 2010 by Nancy C. Ashby
Please note that all the reviews (Pro and Con) are from the general Houston,Texas area where the author has a radio talk show. Read morePublished on March 2, 2004 by Ernest
There are other more informative bible study guides available. Books more helpful at facilitating the reader in finding her or his own path to God. Read morePublished on February 8, 2004
This is a good book for neophytes like me who has not studied the Bible very much. Dan's sincerity and enthusiasm makes up for his less than stellar writing.Published on December 18, 2003 by Super Dave @ Marley Mill