When I read the blurb for this book, I was really interested in it. It seemed like an interesting concept to base a book upon. The concept is this, Nick Cominsky is invited to have dinner with a man who says he is Jesus. How many of us have always wanted to sit down with Jesus and ask him questions? I know that I have. So this book caught my attention before I could even open it and read the first word on the first page.
The whole book takes place from the moment that Nick receives the invitation to when Nick returns home to his family. It mainly focuses on the dinner between the two men. During this dinner, Nick asks some really good questions and is quite skeptical at first. I mean who would really believe that they are dining with Jesus?
I think that this book is a good read for the Christian in your life and the non Christian as well. It is a wonderful story told simply and without the distractions of other sub stories weaved in, you can really concentrate on what is going on in the story. David Gregory has written a wonderfully inspirational book. This book is relatively short and easy to read. Once I got into the story, I read the whole book in less than a day.
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I found that I really enjoyed this book and I think that lots of other people will as well. It is a wonderful book.
I got this book for free for the express purpose of this review from WalterBrook Multnomah
.Dinner with a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory (Chapter 1 Excerpt)