Naked God  -     By: Martin Ayers
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 190
Vendor: Matthias Media
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 192144164X
ISBN-13: 9781921441646
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  1. Monroe, NC
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    Needed more nakedness
    September 28, 2012
    Modelk66
    Monroe, NC
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: male
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    DISCLAIMER: I received an Advance Reader's Copy of the book Naked God by Martin Ayers from Matthias Media Publishers in exchange for a publicized review of the book.

    Of all the books I have reviewed so far - and it isn't many I know - this one has been the most disappointing. It is not a bad book nor is it full of errors. I guess I had hoped for more from the title. Ayers said his goal was to do with God what the "Naked Chef" has done with food. In other words, strip away all of the assumptions and added nomenclatures about God and reveal the plain and simple truth about God. He does encounter some of the atheistic points of view and their contentions, but I feel he doesn't go quite far enough. He leads the reader through a series of chapters that instead of revealing the truth about God and letting the facts fall where they may, he leads to a direction where at the end of the book there is a chapter on salvation and even a "sinner's prayer" to be prayed to become a Christian. While that is certainly fine, I just felt it gave the book a feel of more of a gimmick rather than a real breakdown of falsehoods and misgivings about God. There will be those who will never come to Christ outside of this book, and for that I say "To God be the Glory!!" I just feel he wound up in a different place than his title and goal suggested. It's still a good place, but would have liked to have seen what the other place would look like.
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