John Grisham's "The Confession." - his most Christian book yet.
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I just finished reading John Grisham's The Confession and was impressed by how Christian it was. I've read nearly all his books (nothing to brag about, I know) and he's long had a Christian streak but in this book he doesn't hide his admiration for liberal Christianity.
I don't want to oversell the book but it is nice to read a popular book that has portrays a liberal/mainstream pastor in a good light.
Thank-you, alfredd, for this post: I've been looking for an excuse to finally read a book by John Grisham :)
P.S. I'm a new person here at LT and still haven't figured out this Touchstones thing: is that how the author and title in your post came to be highlighted? What did you do to make it so? Sorry for such a general question, but am really dazzled and dazed by the depth and breadth of this site.
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