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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Yes, the story makes a point. Can we be Christians without being black and white on issues? Why do we need a whipping boy or an external enemy (measuring post of our orthodoxy) in order to feel validated as Christians? Are we saved by grace or not?
If you’ve listened to books by Mark A. Roeder before, how does this one compare?
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
I had to listen at 1.5 speed.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
No because it is too polemical and the characters aren't rounded.
Any additional comments?
Regarding the issue of choice: Who wants to be gay? Who wants to be bullied and abused? Who doesn't wish they were 'normal' and could be and have all the same things as 'normal' people? On the other hand, Why is coming out so traumatic? Why doesn't it really resolve the internal struggle? Society may say it is open but it isn't: there remains much for minorities of all types to fear.
I wonder if the biblical side of this issue was really addressed through the appearances of the Jesus character? Maybe but I really do wonder what would Jesus say or do with this issue in person.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This book reads more like a propagandist piece for the right religion with a strong bias towards a god. This was a preachy book with a weak storyline in my opinion.
Would you listen to The Antichrists again? Why?
i have listened to this multiple times the only bit of the book i don't love is the ending as it kind of makes the majority of the storey irrelevant but the rest is brill.