Recommended book for 2014-October
Rob Bell, "What we talk about when we talk about God
Read reviews or order this book safely from Amazon.com online book store.
$12.33 plus postage in Paperback, $18.77 plus postage in Hardcover.
Also available in Kindle format for $12.55.
Amazon.com book description:
"New York Times bestselling author Rob Bell, whom the The New Yorker describes as “one of the most influential Christian leaders in the county,” does for the concept of God what he did for heaven and hell in his book Love Wins: He shows how traditional ideas have grown stale and dysfunctional and how to return vitality and vibrancy to lives of faith today.
Pastor Rob Bell explains why both culture and the church resist talking about God, and shows how we can reconnect with the God who is pulling us forward into a better future. Bell uses his characteristic evocative storytelling to challenge everything you think you know about God. What We Talk About When We Talk About God tackles the misconceptions about God and reveals how God is with us, for us, ahead of us, and how understanding this could change the entire course of our lives."
You might consider getting a Kindle ebook reader:
Amazon.com has tens of millions of movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, books, and audiobooks available for download into their Kindle eBook reader. As of 2013-NOV, readers cost from $139 and up. They also have FREE reader apps that you can dowload to your PC, tablet, and many other devices. Not only is this more portable than lugging up to 3,500 books with you but you can save a lot of money, because eBook versions generally cost significantly less than print versions. In addition, delivery of the books over the Internet is free and almost instantaneous. You don't need to build or expand bookshelves. You don't need to dust off Kindle copies of books. Think of all the trees that would be saved if more people abandoned printed copies.
However, beware that some publishers take advantage of buyers, and charge more for the digital versions than for the print versions.
Ebooks have a search function. You can select passages from books and store them in a text file for use by an editor program on a PC or Mac. They have a built-in dictionary to find the meanings of words.
Originally written: 2009-MAY-03
Latest update: 2014-SEP-01
Author: B.A. Robinson