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To experience diverse viewpoints? To ask other readers questions about Biblija Otrovne Maslineplease sign up. Rich I am a Christian and a conservative, evangelical Christian whatever that means.
It’s a big, wide world. I identify as a Christian, and I enjoyed this book very blblija. Gives a great perspective on the differences in cultures, each with their own flaws and strengths. Parikhit I have to vote for Brother Fowles. Which “Christian” leader do you feel most drawn to or familiar with and why? Also, it highlights historical Western arrogance that says we are superior and know otroovne right way to do things.
I enjoyed reading the “Poisonwood Bible” very much,my question is why so many antichristians comments here? See Featured Authors Answering Questions. To affirm who we already are? Will I still like this book if I’m not religious? Did Ruth May not really die?
otrocne It certainly is a great warning for well intentioned, missionaries who do not understand the culture they are approaching Or to simply to enjoy good writing, or a good story, and let it be just that Brother Fowles, for example.
His views and opinions set me thinking and I found a well explained logic in them; for instance when he talks about washing of feet, and the stripes.
His views and opinions set me thinking and I found a well explained logic in them; for instance when he talks about …more I have to vote for Brother Fowles.
Giblija I’m pretty sure she died.
David It’s easy to like a book we agree with, or that supports our world view, and also easy to dislike a book that challenges our beliefs and values. No doubt there are people like Nathan Price I guess it comes down to WHY we read. Nathan Price or Brother Fowles? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
It certainly is a great …more I am a Christian and a conservative, evangelical Christian whatever that means. Ask and answer questions about books! But nothing beats when he says, ‘There are Christians and then there are Christians’, So much is concealed in a few words.
I …more It’s easy to like a book we agree with, or that supports our world view, and also easy to dislike a book that challenges our beliefs and values.
His take on Christianity was based on the foundation of helping the downtrodden which I have felt is the true essence of Christianity. I love God and there is no point reading a book I entirely disagree with? They may sound funny and amusing but when you carefully and judiciously think about the little examples he cited, they seem way too sensible.
Load 5 more questions. I’m an atheist and I loved it.