Saturday, August 10, 2013
The Organic God - Book Review
So imagine how excited I was to see that The Organic God was available for free to review through the BookSneeze review program! I immediately signed up to review this book next.
This is a fairly short book, but it definitely packs a powerful punch. For Christians, it challenges what we think we know about Jesus, God, and acting like a Christian. It calls us to step back and take stock of our current relationship with God, and then strive to make that relationship better. Feinberg shares a lot of personal anecdotes (many of them humorous) and backs up what she's saying with quotes from scripture. She also provides discussion questions for the reader to go through with a group, such as a Bible study, or on his/her own. And the music lover in me certainly appreciated Feinberg's The Organic God playlist: two songs for each chapter from popular Christian music and popular music in general. (Lots of U2.)
If you find yourself in a spiritual rut and are looking for a way to get back to the root of Christianity and really get back to knowing God, then this is a great book for you. I'm so glad this book has been reprinted!
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