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Friday, March 06, 2009

A Day with a Perfect Stranger

Reading this right behind the prequel, Dinner with a Perfect Stranger, had me wrongly predicting how it would go. Appropriately Gregory did a good job of relating to a woman versus a man in this continuation of the first book. And as God often is did so in an unpredictable manner.

The book did start out a bit slow. But it soon picked up and ended with quite a finish. While the first book was strong on it's apologetic content (apologetics =  defending the faith), this one was much more instructive in how to relate to a more emotional decision maker. 

Both books make great gifts for friends who need encouraging in their faith or honest skeptics who are asking questions about spiritual things.

See my review of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger too.