Book Review: Free Book by Brian Tome

I was not a fan of Free Book after the first chapter. I was after the last. At first, the author got on my nerves. He called me a “Bible thumper” (which I am). He shatters the idea of moral absolutes (pg. 14 – “it isn’t even right for everyone to drink”). And he says the Bible is unfairly viewed as a “book of restrictions” (pg. 15). Umm…..it is. It’s called God’s Word.

But later in the book, Brian Tome deals quite effectively with some deep topics. Forgiveness, confession, the spirit world, and strongholds in life are all discussed. I was reminded by this book of just how real Satan is and how much he hates Christians.

Free Book” is written to help Christians find freedom in the Spirit. I think the book gives an excellent path to that.

I would recommend the book to more mature Christians who may be struggling with freedom in a certain area. It may lead to some real breakthroughs.

 

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: Free Book by Brian Tome

  1. luminousvignettes says:

    I will have to check that one out. It is good to stick out a book and follow it the author’s reasoning to the end to fully grasp the why of what he is saying and where he is going with it. I know I can sometimes fall into the trap of making quick judgments and allowing it to taint my vision. What else have you been reading lately?

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