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Grateful Christian

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Reviewed: 19-03-2019

Great views from an intelligent sceptic. Noah is very articulate in the expression of his views and as a committed Christian (or committed to the Christian story) I really appreciated his critical views. The overall flow and transition from chapter to chapter was helpful and the narrator does an excellent job. 👍 I found the overall premise of evolution and determinism challenging because of my Christian worldview, but that is why I decided to read it. But if you're religious or hold strong economic/political positions and ideologies. Be prepared to be offended and made uncomfortable. But I'd encourage you to get through the whole book for context and for your own sakes. I'm glad I read this and I'm grateful that Noah tackled these issues that need discussion and exploration in today's (or tomorrow's) world.

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Trevor is a Natural

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Reviewed: 03-04-2017

Humorous, and compelling. Trevor is easy to listen to and does a great job in storytelling.

Paul's biography

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Reviewed: 03-01-2017

John Pollock does an excellent job of presenting Paul and contextualising his epistles. The character building and chronological sequence and the insights in Pollock's research makes the reader feel as if Paul is a close friend that they could identify with. My favourite part was the contrasting of Paul and Stephen in one of the opening chapters. Kirby has an easy listening voice and is easy to understand, but I felt he could have dramatised some parts for storytelling sakes.