Crazy Love by Francis Chan

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  1. evangelist6589

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    I started reading Crazy Love by Francis Chan and already am almost done with it, as its a very good read. Its got some overlap with Radical, but the writing style is very relatable, personable, and non-technical. Its also got some overlap with God Loves you by David Jeremiah, however the book is more Reformed Theology over that one, however the Jeremiah book is more in-depth on Gods love. Certainly a book for all Christians... If you do not have it get it! I am gonna buy more of Francis's books...
     
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    Last year, Crazy Love, Forgotten God and Erasing Hell were all free for the Kindle so I grabbed them. Our ladies group read Crazy Love together and it was excellent. Frances is a great author and even better speaker. We saw him at Passion and I look forward to hearing him again.
     
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    He is a rare one that can both write and preach. Some write well, but cant preach worth beans. Others can preach but cant write, etc... I wish I had a kindle but I do not so for me there is a fee. I see that his books retain their value.
     
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    You do know that there are Kindle apps for any device out there, right? Android and iPhones, iPod Touch, PC and Mac computers, iPads, tablets - no need to have a Kindle. The apps are all free as well. My husband gets Kindle books all the time and he doesn't own a Kindle. I download books onto my son's iPod Touch so he can read as well.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771
     
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    I prefer to read a real book but thanks..
     
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    Oh I agree but if there are books you aren't sure of that are up for free for a time, it's a good way to get them and see if they are worth purchasing. :)
     

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