I did this book as part of a devotional sturdy. i enjoyed the history of the life of the apostle and learned a lot of interesting things and gain clarity on some things in scripture. What one takes from these writings depends on where you are at in your spiritual journey and what you are searching for at that point in your life. i would recommend this book to others.
Frankly, this book is misnamed. It should be called "To Live Is Paul", not "To Live is Christ". While the book is devotional in character and content (a perfectly acceptable format), rather than scholarly, what I find most disconcerting about it is the uncritical, if unspoken, assumption that Paul is the quintessential Christian. There is overwhelming textual and historical evidence for the proposition that his influence on the development (some would say his distortion) of the Christian faith is, in large measure, pernicious. Not everyone, including myself, would be willing to excuse this result as altogether due to the haste with which he composed his letters to the various gentile churches of his day. Ms. Moore is, of course, entitled to her view. It is, no doubt, shared by many who are committed to Jesus as their personal Lord and Saviour. I share the commitment. But I am not among those who look to Paul as an example of Christian practice.