— Poetry is code.™ —
Jesse Steele was born and raised in west-central Michigan. After graduating from Reed City High School, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies from the Moody Bible Institute.
He favors informative and provocative authors like C. S. Lewis, Robert Kiyosaki, and Malcolm Gladwell. He enjoys golf, fishing, swimming, aggressive skating, free running, Kung Fu, reading, writing, music, art, language, Bible study, traveling, and occasionally attending conferences.
He enjoys time with friends over coffee and often banters about trends in music composition, business, politics, culture, web programming, online gaming, art, and the Church.
He blogs at JesseSteele.com, occasionally teaches writing and piano, and owns various brands.
on April 24, 2013 :
I am mixed about this work, but a theological diatribe never pleases everyone. On the good side, there were many points that reflect my own feelings regarding the clerical orders present, recent, and distant past. His all encompassing 'they' though tends to paint the entire clergy with one brush dipped in dark paint, and this seems unfair. This work must have taken a momentous amount of reflection, which should be encouraged in reader and author alike. The spelling and syntax errors might want to be looked into, but they were a minor annoyance. Happy I read it, am better for having read it, but would encourage the author to take outside evaluations to make it less word heavy, more concise, less repetitious.
(review of free book)