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By Kathy on 12-17-15
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Although he clearly has given much time to thinking through concepts of good and evil, when he turns to God his thoughts are not based on logic, history or rationality, but rather his perceptions and experiences. He often reflects on his experience of faith from his childhood and how it saved him in the work camp, but couldn't help him in his adult life. He spends the book trying to prove to himself why his childhood theology was wrong. I felt he was unaware of his personal "PC" bias and how that affects him as a rich, white male. I also didn't understand why he primarily turned to his circle of friends for spiritual insight, because that is a very limited and biased group.
Was The Constant Choice worth the listening time?
His personal story was heroic and fascinating, but his reflections on God were frustratingly simplistic.