Wednesday, April 22, 2015

A.D. The Bible Continues: The Revolution That Changed the World by David Jeremiah

A.D. The Bible Continues: The Revolution That Changed the World by David Jeremiah, is based on the new popular TV series.  Part documentary, and part theology, this book melds the best of David Jeremiah's well known biblical commentary into an easy to read and easy to follow drama.  For new Christians or for audiences not familiar with the bible, I believe readers of all backgrounds will find value from this new book.  Part of a two book series this book can be read independently.  For those who have not watched the television series, this book can still be followed as an independent work.

This is a wonderful outreach opportunity to read those millions of readers and television enthusiasts who may not respond to the message of faith delivered in a more formal method.  For those who don't have the interest in reading the bible or sitting through a sermon, this book and the documentary series provides a wonderful opportunity to educate even more people about the bible and to share the gospel message of hope in a modern and non threatening way.  Jeremiah writes in an easy to understand, animated style that appeals to readers of all ages and educational backgrounds.  One needs not be a theologian to understand and apply the lessons learned. For those who like drama and entertainment, this book is written in a unique and fast paced point of view.  I support any new method to get the gospel message out to as many people as possible.  As a blogger for Tyndale, I received a copy of this book for the purpose of writing this review.

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