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Tyndale House The Good Life - eBook

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Customer Reviews for The Good Life - eBook
Review 1 for The Good Life - eBook
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Date:December 20, 2012
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WALLY
Location:Calgary,Alberta,Canada
Age:45-54
Gender:male
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The book speaks volumes about what my daily walk with Jesus should be & could be.
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Review 2 for The Good Life - eBook
This review is fromThe Good Life.
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one of Colson's best

Date:February 16, 2011
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Anne
Location:PA
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I've read most of Colson's books, and this one is one of the best. His extensive life experiences are interesting, and his choice of people to profile in this book is inspired. It's hard to put down.
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Review 3 for The Good Life - eBook
This review is fromThe Good Life.
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5 out of 5
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Date:May 12, 2009
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Donna Howard
ONE of the best books I have ever read - full of simple nuggets of truth, and harder questions (answered). This book is intended for those who want to think for theirselves and not believe everything they hear/read/see. Everyone should get something from this book, although it is intended to be a "path" towards God and HIS SON Jesus.
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Review 4 for The Good Life - eBook
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Date:February 21, 2009
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Nicholas Vafiades
THE GOOD LIFE is classic Colson! With co-author Harold Fickett, Charles Colson delivers a well-reasoned and compelling argument for the viability of the theocentric, i.e. Christian, worldview amidst a world full of systems of belief -- as well of groups of non-beliefs. Colson uses the stories of seekers after truth, and events that have taken place in the last 100 years (like the largely bloodless fall of communism in the former Soviet Union and eastern Europe) to show how the unique worldview of biblical Christianity has literally changed history and pointed seekers to the truths taught in the Bible and exemplified in the teachings and ministry of Jesus Christ. This is a book that will challenge all intellectually honest seekers and nominal believers, and will provide emotionally moving models for Christians of what the "good life" that Jesus talked about really is and how it can be lived out.
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Review 5 for The Good Life - eBook
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Date:April 23, 2008
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MICHAEL ANTONOVICH
Excellent book. Fast reading which covers united states historical, foreign, and domestic events from an eyewitness. Have recommended to friends.
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