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I only gave it four stars however for two reasons:
1. This book is in part a compilation of subjects covered in some of his other books. Nearly all his books are based upon the sermon series he writes for lifechurch.tv. I personally liked Christian Atheist better. However, if this is your first experience with reading one of Craig Groeschel's books you will probably give it 5 stars.
2. While Weird will get you to think about priorities, and how to choose what is most important, I felt that Christian Atheist really challenges you to get to a different level in your relationship with God. Christian Atheist was essentially born out of a sermon series he did a few years ago called "Practical Atheist." This subject is much more interesting, and is something most Christian's today need to hear. I was there for this series, and the sermons can be viewed at lifechurch.tv. Watch the first sermon in this series and you will want to get on your knees to pray.
In short, Weird will help you prioritize your life from a God centered perspective. It will teach you how to discern what is truly best from the many good opportunities we have when it comes to how we spend our time. It will also teach you how to view many aspects in life from a God centered perspective.
So, to read this book and to have the "normal" life mapped before me, I felt great conviction about how right my parents were (mostly..partially....ok half and half) and the weak-willed path I was so strongly wanting to follow. Through spiritual growth over most recent years, I had started to adapt a weirder life prior to reading this book. Now, I'm ready to 100% adapt the weird life. It might not be Craig Groeschel's level of weird...which I find really weird by the way...but I'm weird now and I'm going to be proud to stay that way.