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Spirituality for the Rest of Us: A Down-to-Earth Guide to Knowing God Paperback – April 14, 2009
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“This is a good book for people who like reading books about spiritual growth. It’s even better for people who don’t! If you’ve ever thought that maybe you “just weren’t the spiritual type,’ this book’s for you.”
“Rich wisdom brilliantly communicated by a very talented writer. Takes the blinders off and opens your eyes to some strange and unique ways God works.”
“This book will speak to everyong who has ever felt ‘left out’ spiritually. Larry’s insights cut through the commonly accepted, guilt-induced world of religion as he caputures the raw essence of New Testament relationship.”
"This is a good book for people who like reading books about spiritual growth. It’s even better for people who don’t! If you’ve ever thought that maybe you “just weren’t the spiritual type,’ this book’s for you."
About the Author
Larry Osborne is a senior pastor at North Coast Church in Vista, California, a multi-campus ministry recognized as one of the ten most influential churches in America. His books on spirituality and leadership reach a wide audience. He lives in Oceanside, California with his wife and family.
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So when I saw that Larry Osborne had another book, "Spirituality for the Rest of Us," I ordered it on Amazon. It arrived today. Browsing through the table of contents, I realized it was the exact same book as "A Contrarian's Guide to Knowing God," except that they threw in some study questions. Even in all the tributes from Christian leaders, they substituted this new book name for the previous one. Buying on Amazon, I didn't notice the note on the cover and copyright page saying this book was previously published as "A Contrarian's Guide to Knowing God."
So I unknowingly bought a third copy of this book. I'll give it away, and somebody will profit from it. But is it really necessary to change the title of a book that's only been out two years?