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Dinner with a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory
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May 08, 2012

it was ok
Read on May 08, 2012

In this very short book, the author imagines a dinner between a man and Jesus. The man is a skeptic, though raised with some religious background. The idea is that the man can spend several hours with Jesus and ask Him anything.

I'm always wary when someone puts words in Jesus' mouth. In addition, the writing in this book wasn't great. The author's objective seems to be to engage with common objections to or questions about Christianity, but he does it so briefly that I'm not sure how helpful it would be to a skeptic. To be honest, this book has serious intentions but the end result seems to be more fluff than substance.

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