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Here is the prices for this week:
Sunday: $0.99 Monday: $1.99 Tuesday, $2.99 Wednesday, $3.99 Thursday, $4.99
By Saturday, the eBook will be at it’s regular price of $5.99, which is still pretty reasonable for a 178-page book.
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Thanks goes to…
I also want to thank Nannette Hancock, Nelson Banuchi, and Stan Stinson for helping me find lots of typos in the book. I will be sending them a free paperback copy of Dying to Religion and Empire.
Thanks as well to all the people who posted reviews of the book! Here are some of the comments they made:
Dying to Religion and Empire asks some very good and difficult questions. For that reason alone it is worth your time and investment to ponder how you would answer these questions for yourself and see if your answers agree with the author.
If you are easily offended and don’t like to have your assumptions challenged – don’t read this book. If you want to read a book that you may love or hate, but are willing (or even eager) to examine and evaluate what and why you believe as you do, I recommend this book. ~Jack Land, MD
I really enjoyed reading this book. Like most of Myers’ writings on his blog and in his other books, this one is filled with thoughtful observations and well-researched statements regarding the traditions of “church as we know it.” ~Penny Martin
I am really enjoying reading this book. Jeremy Myers is one or the most thought provoking authors that I read, this book has really helped me to look outside the box and start thinking how can I make more sense of my relationship with Christ and how can I show others in a way that impacts them the way that Jesus’ disciples impacted their world. Great book, great author.~Brett Hotchkiss
The views expressed by Jeremy may not be popular among many professing Christians, but should be. Great work!~Nan Hancock
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Matthew Richardson says
Already started reading it. I believe the ‘church’ has drifted from its original purpose. In some ways it seems to have become a ‘members only’ club, a way for some of us to set ourselves obove others. We spend too much time locked away in our sanctuarys and not enough out in the world.
Scott Moultrie says
I’m half way through the book and it is a great little read! An must if you want to hear what the spirit could be leading you personally into through a deeper understanding of baptism and communion! Thanks Jeremy Myers, for giving us all a chance to participate in a deeper understanding.
Jeremy Myers says
Thanks Matthew and Scott! Your comments are very encouraging.