Official Review: Good and Evil by Dale Lisi

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Dale's book being appealing to both religious and non-religious readers increases its audience.
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A powerful book this must be. Incorporating God's power and how one can lead a better life. This is a biography worth reading.
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Fighting your inner demons putting your faith and hopeful redemption in God. A very hard hitting moving read. Thanks for the review.
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Post by cc154 »

I think I am not interested in religious books, however, I liked how this review proposes the story of Dale Lisi, his life, and his search for God.
Thanks for the recommendation.
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Post by kdstrack »

It is interesting to note that,often, tragedy leads people to God. The author's loss of an arm had a profound impact on his spirituality. I enjoyed the way you described the author's clear and forthright language in describing his journey. Thanks for the recommendation!
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Post by Misael »

There is always learning to be had from reading nonfiction especially stories about situations dramatically changing one’s life. I am looking forward to digging into this book to know how Dale was able to move on from a debilitating circumstance and be stronger and find a clear purpose in life. I commend his courage to share his life story. Congrats!
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Post by sjgrissom »

Wow! What an interesting story. Definitely want to read.
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Post by Fliesie01 »

Thank you for your honest opinion of this book. It was interesting to read your thoughts on the book. Well done with this review :tiphat:
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Post by Eva Stoyanova »

This book is definitely not something I would enjoy reading. I'm not a fan of religious books and the book seems a bit horrifying to me. Great review though!
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Post by Dylan921 »

Thank you for the review. But I have to pass on this one. I can’t get into books about religion and self-discovery.
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Post by BellAJoEb »

I already feel like I'm reading this book already. A book packed with so much experience and a build up of story that will set the readers mind into imagination. Your detetailed review has already set me in the state of starting this already. Thank you for the wonderful review.
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Post by Joan642 »

Though I love hearing and reading about how people encounter God, and their journey with him, I don't think I am much interested in reading this. Thanks for the review.
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Post by AngelicG »

Even though I am not religious myself, I am always interested by others experience of it. Definitely sounds like something to watch out for.
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Post by tarafarah7 »

The author of today's BOTD invites readers to join him on his journey through life after a life-changing accident. His personal experiences and words of wisdom are inspiring and thought-provoking, making it a great read regardless of your preferred genre! Thank you for the excellent review! :-)
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Post by Jsovermyer »

This Christian-centered book tells of a man's search for God after losing his arm in a boating accident. Although I usually don't like religious books, this one sounds interesting, and I might give it a try. Congratulations to the author for being chosen as BOTD. Thanks to the reviewer for your honest review.
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