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Sandra Renee Hicks
on April 18, 2012 :
It is with utmost pleasure that I recommend Gravity - True For You But Not For Me. Michael Edwards expressed vital truths with exceptional care and clarity. The read is engaging, compelling, and thought provoking in the whole of its content. Evidence is provided in loving ways with sensitivity a certain consideration.
Edwards masterfully and convincingly weaved the truth-filled entries with facts, quotes, and examples. And it was a delight to read the testimonies of transformation in the lives of people who chose to believe GOD’S truths.
Helpful resource links are included in the book to gain more guidance about the subject matter. Particularly, the science referral links excited me as did the link to the site of a former atheist who’s also a law enforcement professional.
It’s with enthusiasm that I highly recommend Gravity - True For You But Not For Me.
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on Nov. 11, 2011 :
I was skeptic when I started reading. I assumed this would be another floundering attempt by someone trying to get their opinion about religion published. I was pleasantly surprised. There were some typos (anyone can make them), but please don't let them keep you from reading. This was the best objective and reasonable presentation for God and Christianity I've ever read (even better than Lee Strobel 'A Case for Christ'). You'll have to put your thinking cap on (but it does feel good to exercise a few brain cells). I will be printing this out and sharing it. Great job!
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