by Mark Driscoll
4/5 Paper Movement Stars
One of the first things I look for in reviewing a book is, content aside, was it interesting? Because if it’s not, it’s super hard to read! To me, this one starts out fairly strong, but as I went along I found my interest waning at times. It’s fairly theological, yet not overly heavy and deep. In typical Driscoll style it’s very accessible for the masses. In fact, I’d go so far as to say I think that’s who Mark is aiming for with this work. However, the subject matter of the book is extremely, extremely important, and not just for new believers. Of course, there are numerous noteworthy sections throughout Driscoll’s work. The book takes a look at various defining aspects of what being a Christian really means, based on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
It’s a solid read. There’s verses. There’s personal stories. There’s quotes from ‘dead guys’. Some chapters will probably mean more to you, depending on your story. While not necessarily gripping and at times it takes discipline to stay focused, learning who we are in Christ is a subject well worth some mental effort!
Who do you think you are?
What does the Bible say?
It’s well worth finding out!
I received a free copy of this book from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.