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Kate5 Stars Out Of 5July 23, 2009KateI loved the book! It was well written, very thought provoking, and extremely funny. I could not put the book down and finished it in one night, just because I wanted to see how Kevin Roose finished up his thoughts. A very balanced perspective on what Liberty is all about and how doubts, temptations, concern and faith are a part of all of us, even conservative evangelicals. As a twenty-something, it is refreshing to read a book which does not boil everything down to simple answers or one-dimensional views. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in Christianity, politics, culture or a well-written book!
Phyllis Mckenzie2 Stars Out Of 5June 1, 2009Phyllis MckenzieI was disappointed in the book. I found very little humor in it and actually felt sadness and concern for the author. For someone to study and gain so much knowledge of the bible and yet not actually believe it all is beyond me. These young students are human and are going to have trials and tribulations as we all will. That is part of living in this sin filled world. I hope that someday Mr. Roose studies the bible again with his heart and not his liberal background. I was taken aback by his use of profanity and claims to be a christian. He really missed the boat on a soul changing opportunity.
Priscilla5 Stars Out Of 5May 17, 2009PriscillaThis is one of those books that you just don't want to end. I have had such an amazing time getting to know Kevin Roose and hearing his impressions of conservative Christianity. Though he is not a conservative Christian himself, he addresses the subject with such tolerance, respect, and empathy that it's possible to draw deep spiritual insights from his reflections! I would recommend this book to believers and nonbelievers alike!
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