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What's the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian? New Edition with Study Guide: A Guide to What Matters Most Paperback – February 13, 2013
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What really blew my mind, though, was the section about Noah's flood. Pastor Martin presented ideas I've only ever heard on the History Channel, so to see them affirmed by someone of the Christian faith just blew me away. And left me with questions too.
But he says several times that this was not meant to be an all-encompassing book, and he could only cover so much. So I don't mind being left with some questions.
For its purpose, I think it is an amazing book, and probably one that some people would find controversial. The Pastor did an excellent job of laying out, briefly, varying viewpoints on the various issues, so I know some people would not agree with everything in this book. But for me it was just what I have needed all these years.
And for the record, this book isn't so much about the least you can get away with believing in as it is about doing away with outdated ideas and correcting incorrect ideas. And the last 10, the things you need to know, are all about affirming Jesus.Read more ›
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Thought provoking. This is Good for pastoral series or small group study. This is good for young adults through senior citizens.Published 3 months ago by Patricia L. Crosby
Good book to review basic Christian beliefs and also re-think some of our own theology. Our Sunday School class liked it very much.Published 3 months ago by M. Abe
Enjoyed this book as part of our church's book club. It generated spirited and enthusiastic debate and expositions of faith. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JudyC
This is the second time that we are using it with a small group from church. It gives us interesting (and current life) topics to discuss.Published 12 months ago by Michele