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A Big Surprise,
This review is from: Ian Fleming's Seven Deadlier Sins and 007's Moral Compass (Paperback)
I don't generally give any book a 5-star rating. However, in this case, I felt as if I owed as much to the author because of my initial skepticism. "A Bible study with James Bond? I think not." I once met a Christian who was enthralled by the Star Trek movies and prided herself with her ability to speak Klingon. "Seven Deadlier Sins and 007's Moral Compass" had to be just another example of a Christian infatuated with movies.
I was wrong. Take a look. This book is much more than James Bond. It is about our society and you - the strengths and weaknesses of our moral compass.
Do you have the courage to open your eyes to the "many guises of evil in our times"?
The questions Pratt poses are contemporary, relevant and perfect for a small-group Bible study setting. Don't get hung up on the immorality portrayed in the James Bond movies. Read the original literary texts of the James Bond series (which are so much more satisfying than the films) and you will recognize the Biblical themes which Benjamin Pratt desires for us to consider.