I may not always agree with Anthony DeStefano, but there is no doubt he is a highly intelligent and witty writer; and assuming the existence of an invisible world, he has produced a very interesting and thought-provoking book about spirituality.
Author of Divinity of Doubt: The God Question
As well as five NY Times Bestellers, including Helter Skelter
Anthony DeStefano brings to life "the hidden world God has created for us," a world that surrounds us but is difficult for even the most convinced Christian to get in touch with, much less the seeker or non-believer. And he does this in a more vivid and realistic way than I would have thought possible. Angels, devils, and grace? DeStefano makes them almost visible. This is a wonderful, compelling book, completely consistent with traditional Christian teaching and common sense -- and very, very readable.
Executive Editor, The Weekly Standard
Sadly, many people today are so materialistic in their thinking that theyve forgotten that the most important things in life are unseen and spiritual. Love, honor, compassion, forgiveness, hopeAll of these are invisible. Finally, there is a book that makes the whole invisible spiritual world come to life in the most extraordinary and vivid way. Anthony DeStefanos words will inspire even the most hardened and materialistic cynic to begin exploring a richer, fuller life based on faith on a God who is so good.
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