[Dinner with a Perfect Stranger An Invitation Worth Considering [BOOK] Free download Ebook author David Gregory

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You are Invited to a Dinner with Jesus of Nazareth The mysterious envelope arrives on Nick Cominsky's desk amid a stack of credit card applications and business related junk mail Although his seventy hour workweek has already. If you can suspend your disbelief for the light but challenging couple of hours it ll take you to read this it ll fit into an afternoon or evening pleasantly spent If you can t perhaps this little book isn t for youYou see it helps enormously to believe in the ProtagonistBut even if you don t this little sleeper could SHOCK you into a modicum of nascent faith the way it clears the path for a newly disentangled and in your face Basic Gospel out of the dense and wild undergrowth of this disenchanted worldAnd that world is fully present even here in the impersonal posh and politely subdued downtown restaurant in which God Himself chooses to sit down to dinner with a VERY incredulous guestBecause the world weary guest has just accepted an immaculately printed invitation to dinner from Jesus No no not the Jesus we knowThis is an everyday Jesus and one who can bob and weave dialectically throughout a long evening of table talk to bootAnd He can reorientate his guest s headspace YOUR own mindset in novel and startling ways right down the rails of a newly sensitive and eminently rational evangelism in the end leading you the reader to an overwhelming uestion to which you ll get a surprisingly clear answerAdmittedly it s a bit gimmicky which will irk pensive readers but as a matter of fact it s fun And we need all the fun we can find in mulling over the heavier uestions of life Especially with all the stress that s in our livesBut you know what The whole series is funThere s three of em Light whimsical entertaining and pretty inventive into the bargain With a good clear messageBut it s been kept pretty much under wraps because David Gregory never got the media exposure he needed Christian media O where are youThese books then are forgotten classics of the Christian Underground for literate would be believers or wannabes who can appreciate good persuasive funIf your library has one or two of the series check em out

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Dinner with a Perfect Stranger An Invitation Worth Considering

Eaten into his limited family time Nick can’t pass up the opportunity to see what kind of plot his colleagues have hatchedThe normally confident cynical Nick soon finds himself thrown off balance drawn into an intriguing con. I totally forgot that I own this and read itSee how unmemorable it wasIts a great idea for a book To sit down with Jesus and ask him anything you ever wanted to know The chance to reaffirm your beliefs Or in my case the chance to shed those layers of doubt and constant uestioning Bleh It just did not deliver The writting was uite bland It felt to me as tho the writer had written a persuasive essay about religion and knew if he marketed it that way it would not reach much of an audiance So he created two characters who could spew it out for him and dressed it up as a book At parts it was just so void of personality and so heavy with textbook explainationsJust wasnt for meTho I can see where Gregory was trying to go with it

David Gregory ☆ 8 Read

Versation with a baffling man who comfortably discusses everything from world religions to the existence of heaven and hell And this man who calls himself Jesus also seems to know a disturbing amount about Nick’s personal li. Dinner With a Perfect Stranger was on of the best and most factual book i have ever read All though the plot could be altered a bit the main idea was great Things that were said made me reflect on my life and made me think of things that i dont normally think about This book is about a man who is asked out to dinner by an anonymous person Thinking it is his friends messing with him he reluctantly goes Once he gets there at his table is a man he s never met The man tells him that he is God At fist he thinks that this was a prank that his friends were pulling his leg but as the night progresses he as well as the reader realizes that this could be God This book tackles many ideas about religion and not just one religion It has little bits on every one It also has things about every day life When reading it I felt like I also was at dinner with God Hearing him tell me bits of information that could be critically important to me in my life This book helped me see the world in a way i never had before It also left me thinking and reflecting on myself and my life I would recommend this to any person who his intrested in politics or religion or just trying to find out who they are It is a fast read and I hope that if you read it you will enjoy it as much as i did


10 thoughts on “Dinner with a Perfect Stranger An Invitation Worth Considering

  1. says:

    If you can suspend your disbelief for the light but challenging couple of hours it’ll take you to read this it’ll fit into an afternoon or evening pleasantly spent If you can’t perhaps this little book isn’t for youYou see it helps enormously to believe in the ProtagonistBut even if you don’t this li

  2. says:

    Have you ever wished for the opportunity to casually chat with Jesus? Perhaps over dinner at some trendy upscale restaurant sipping a glass or two of wine freely discussing anything and everything getting answers to some of life's biggest conundrums and the universe's greatest mysteries? This is that book Oh to recieve suc

  3. says:

    First of all put aside the notion that this is a true work of fiction Rather it's an argument with a loose unlikely uninteresting plot wrapped around it Worse the plot is distracting with waiters and bus boys interrupting the convers

  4. says:

    I would be interested to hear what a non Christian would make of this book I am a Christian and although I didn't think it was life changing it was an intriguing uick read This book reminded me in some ways of The Shack but I think this one is definitely better written Dinner with a Perfect Stranger does not necessarily delve very deeply into the issues raised; I would describe it as an introduction which is why I think it might be useful t

  5. says:

    I totally forgot that I own this and read itSee how unmemorable it was?Its a great idea for a book To sit down with Jesus and ask him anything you ever wanted to know The chance to reaffirm your beliefs Or in my case the

  6. says:

    For anyone looking for a little spiritual guidance in a super easy to read format this is great book It took all of 2 hours to read so it did not reuire a big commitment I would compare the book to the first few chapters of Mere Christianty by CS Lewis but in a story like setting I found the writing to approachable and thought provoking making it a great book for a little self reflection and insight

  7. says:

    A fast read but also a great story about a man who is losing his faith who receives an invitation to have dinner with Jesus

  8. says:

    Dinner With a Perfect Stranger was on of the best and most factual book i have ever read All though the plot could be altered a bit the main idea was great Things that were said made me reflect on my life and made me think of things that i dont normally think about This book is about a man who is asked out to d

  9. says:

    I found the idea of this intriguing but the execution a bit disappointing Nick's disbelief is understandable but his reuests for proof IE wine into water this book is only 100 pages either get with the program or ask someone else And just when the discussion gets good the waiter interrupts or Nick bogs down It seemed like a suandered opportunity Maybe the timing for this book and me was off

  10. says:

    A very easy read that could have been completed in a few hours had life not gotten in the way I really liked this simple but powerful book This well written book has a clear message about the saving relationship of the Lord Jesus Christ I recommend reading it straight through without interruption