April 23, 2006

A Perfect Stranger

Ever wondered why only one faith could be right? Where loves comes from? Whether it is possible to "earn" your way into Heaven?

I read Dinner with a Perfect Stranger tonight, and my head is reeling. At just 100 pages and written in a conversational style, you hardly feel you are reading it as much as overhearing it, and what you get out of it is profound. I'm not much into book reviews as a rule (I've done one before, I think), but I feel compelled to suggest it. It really is that good, and that impactful.

I see via Amazon that A Day with a Perfect Stranger, a follow-up novella, is going to be released July 18. I will be getting a copy.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at April 23, 2006 10:03 PM | TrackBack

I saw the movie version of it which while making some great points was not really suited to a movie format. Similar to Peter Kreeft works like "So-crates Meets Jesus" and "The Unaborted So-crates". Really doesn't work in a movie format.

Posted by: Adam Graham at April 23, 2006 10:46 PM