Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dinner With a Perfect Stranger

Dinner With a Perfect Stranger
David Gregory

This book is about a guy who receives an invitation in the mail to dine with Jesus at a local Italian restaurant. He's not particularly religious and thinks it's a joke by one of his friends. But he decides to go and is amazed to find a perfect stranger who knows everything about him and can answer his difficult questions.

The book is a bit different from what I was expecting. I thought it would be more "fluffy" with a main message about how wonderful salvation is. But it actually went into quite a bit of detail about why other religions just aren't working or logical. While humanity is flawed, the gift of salvation is not.
It was presented in a way that I enjoyed reading and  I was surprised to actually gain a different perspective on God and how He interacts with us.
It was a great book and one that I will share with others.

I received this book free of charge from WaterBrook Press in exchange for my honest review.


My Little Boy Blue said...

That sounds interesting - I'd like to check that one out.

How did you become a book reviewer?

Tima Murrell said...

It's a long story so I'll be posting a blog here soon about how I got started and what to do if you want to review books.
Btw, you commented on the wrong blog so I've moved your comment up to the give-away blog. =)

My Little Boy Blue said...