Monday, April 18, 2011

Book Review: Max, On Life by Max Lucado

I've loved Max Lucado's books since I first read some of his books when I was in college. So when BookSneeze gave me the opportunity to review Max On Life, I was thrilled. This book is in a question and answer format. Max answers over 150 questions that he frequently hears about all aspects of the Christian life, about everything from prayer to parenting. The book includes both topical and scripture indexes, to make finding things quick and easy.

This book is quite different from the rest of the Max Lucado books that I've read, but still a great book. I can see this book being a good resources for pastors, teachers, Bible study groups, parents or anyone who comes in contact with those who are searching for answers. As would be expected, this book reflects Max's beliefs and specific theology, so those from different denominations will need to be aware of those possible differences. But all in all I found this to be an interesting, helpful book that I can turn to for reference over and over again.

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