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Publication Date: 2010
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Philip Yancey serves as editor-at-large for Christianity Today magazine. He has written thirteen Gold Medallion Award-winning books and won two ECPA Book of the Year awards for What's So Amazing About Grace? and The Jesus I Never Knew. Four of his books have sold over one million copies. Yancey lives with his wife in Colorado. Website: www.philipyancey.com
BearOklahomaAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent BookMarch 7, 2013BearOklahomaAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A very nicebook easy to understand.
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EmmieMDAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Very good book.May 25, 2011EmmieMDAge: Over 65Gender: femaleI am currently half way through this book and find it enticing me to reread the first five books of the OT again.
GarsundayschoolWIAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5March 3, 2011GarsundayschoolWIAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Very good study. An eye opener. A good read. Learned a lot.
maggienyAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Definitely to be recommendedFebruary 23, 2011maggienyAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I actually loved this book and have been telling one of my friends about it - so I am getting one for her (& I can think of a few more people who could perhaps use one). This book is one of my favorites along with - "What is so Amazing about Grace." Particularly, Philip Yancey's explanation of Deuteronomy, and of the so-called "cursing Psalms" and his reminder of why - according to God's Word and the Bible that Jesus read - I, (coming just as I am, often broken, wild, crazy, unlovable) STILL matter and have ALWAYS mattered to God, have been an enormous comfort to me . I can re-read parts of the Bible I never understood or had previously skipped over, knowing that even then - He knew and thought about me. That matters.
John ChanceyLinden, NCAge: 25-34Gender: male3 Stars Out Of 5Some interesting info, but not Yancey's bestOctober 17, 2010John ChanceyLinden, NCAge: 25-34Gender: maleThis was a bold subject for the author to tackle. And, to be perfectly honest, I probably had unrealistic expectations when I began to read it. For the most part, it is a collection of thoughts about a few Old Testament books with some of Philip Yancey's own unique insights, which are always worth reading. But, the book falls short of being a handy reference tool (since the chapters are really like overviews of the Bible books). At the same time, the book doesn't really present enough of a context for us to grasp the value placed on the Old Testament by the Jews in Jesus' time - or how the Old Testament books may have shown their influence in Jesus' teachings (which is what my expectation of the book was when I bought it at the bookstore).
There were a few high points. The chapter on Deuteronomy was creative - written almost like a fictional narrative in the third person. And, as I mentioned before, Yancey offers his unique insights and wisdom in his characteristically conversational and personal manner. Not a bad book, just not my favorite by Philip Yancey.