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Chuck Colson said it bestUser Review - Christianbook.com
Why do we confess to believe The Word, when we refuse to read it, especially when Jesus says, "If you love Me, you'll obey my commandments." Even is we're reading The Bible, we'll pick and choose, what's relevant for today or think, that doesn't apply to me. If Holy Script Is The Word Of God and It tells us not to ad or subtract anything, how is it that we can say apostles, prophets, tongues, etc. are not for today, when This Is The Day The Lord Has Made? Let's take God at His Word, He's Faithful & Truth + He NEVER changes and has no shadow in His Marvelous Light. Jesus says, "My Word Is Spirit & My Word Is LIFE!"
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I am not a great fan of e-books, but have downloaded one or two over a period of time. Chesterton's Orthodoxy was one I was interested in due to the erosion of Christianity under the Liberalism of the last century. I was not let down. I did order a hard copy subsequently. E-books have long way to go before I am convinced that they have any worth and, always the pessimist, who will be able to read an e-book in 100 years from now? I can not help recalling my very first computer that had a tape drive memory source only 40 years ago. Floppy's have come and gone and now USB's and Cloud memory look like the next wave. When the power fails and Henny Penny's sky eventually falls on us I will still be able to curl up with a book with pages in it. As for Orthodoxy, it is as fresh today as it was over 100 years ago, the content is great and permanent; the format is transitory.