Fools Talk by Os Guinness

Published Aug. 20, 2021, 2:56 p.m.

This has been one of my favorite new-read discoveries.  I had been familiar with Os Guiness from reading one of his books in my college days (The Long Journey Home).  That book made an impression, but somehow did not resonate with me in the same way that author C.S. Lewis has.  This book was available in the subscription catelog (no additional cost) so the barrier to trying it out was pretty low. 

The subtitile is "Rediscovering the Art of Christian Persuasion" and that helped win me over to reading it because I am often thinking about that topic.

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