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Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
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Feb 01, 11

it was ok
bookshelves: christian

There were a lot of good points in this book, but so much of it was a view of Christianity that was based on feeling. It seemed to portray how Christians have traditionally done things or believed, and then counter it with "I think" or "I felt". There was very little basing of his ideas on Scripture. It was mostly what he thought passages said or how he thought Jesus was. On the key doctrinal issues, he seemed to be correct, but when it came to Christian living, particularly separation from the world, he just gives his feelings.

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