Thursday, November 7, 2013

Clear Winter Nights

The problem with most theology books is that most people don't want to read them. They find them boring, often because people only think they want to know more about God.

The problem with most novels that attempt to teach theology is the contrived conversation, hardly believable and too easily solved.

But Clear Winter Nights by Trevin Wax does not have either of those problems. The story and the characters are engaging, real and left unsolved. You can fill in the blanks for yourself on how the journey ends for these characters, much the way you can for your own journey.

This short book is filled with great quotes that will leave you thinking about what you believe about God. I recommend this book for an afternoon of your time.

I was given this book by my good friends at Waterbrook Multnomah, also a great place to find this book.

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