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Rev. David B. Smith

Dulwich Hill, New South Wales Australia
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Helpful but repetitive

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Reviewed: 18-07-2019

The author makes his point well but is extremely repetitive! This book could be easily condensed into something the length of a blog post

Brilliant

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Reviewed: 23-04-2019

This man is brilliant (though he won’t appreciate you telling him so). If only his training was taught in every school!

Refreshing but very repetitive

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Reviewed: 16-04-2019

This book is designed for those who have exhausted themselves looking for the perfect diet, and at that level it is refreshing. Even so, there’s not much wisdom in the book that goes beyond the two key words in the title - f*ck it!

Profound

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Reviewed: 22-03-2019

I found the book annoying at first. The author seemed slow and ponderous, and yet after a while I realised he was profound.

Lots of insights but blinkered at points

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Reviewed: 18-03-2019

The professor has lots of insights into the future of the church. At the same time though, his own theological agenda seems to compromise his academic integrity at numerous points.

He depicts the first few centuries of the church’s existence as being a time when various versions of Christianity flourished and there was great tolerance. It’s as if he has never read the epistles of Saint Paul.

Profound and beautifully written

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Reviewed: 05-12-2018

As a professional fighter, I found this book full of insight. As a professional wordsmith, I was equally impressed with the delivery of that insight. We’ll done, brother. It’s time to make the transition to boxing so that the saga might continue. 🥊

Brilliant!

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Reviewed: 01-11-2018

Love Bob. Love the book. Only sorry that it doesn’t include an anthology of Bob’s sermons

A must read

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Reviewed: 21-10-2018

Everyone should read this book. And if everyone did read this book, humanity might have a hope for the future.

Undisputed Truth cover art

Raw and powerful

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Reviewed: 13-02-2018

I almost quit this book numerous times as the main character is not a likeable guy and I got sick of hearing about him. Even so, I’m glad I stuck it out to the end. Gut-wrenching!

Convincing!

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Reviewed: 01-01-2018

This really is a complete and comprehensive guide, and makes a lot of sense. Well written and read too.

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