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Can Saul Alinsky Be Saved?: Jesus Christ in the Obama and Post-Obama Era

by Richard William Bledsoe

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Rich Bledsoe has been a hospital chaplain and city minister in Boulder, Colorado, for decades. He has also read widely and thought deeply about philosophy, Scripture, and the shape of human society. This book distills several decades of hard work and deep thought down to 130 pages of incisive observation.
Richly allusive and yet quite down to earth, _Can Saul Alinsky Be Saved?_ exposes the emptiness of modern life: we have seen through everything, with the result that we ourselves are hollow. Nothing satisfies us, and so we live perpetually unsatisfied. Into that void, Rich winsomely speaks of the centrality of Jesus, even for those who can't stand Him, and the hope that He offers.
In short, the book is an absolute gem. Timothy R. Nichols wrote & posted this review on Goodreads see https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24639380-can-saul-alinsky-be-saved-jesus-christ-in-the-obama-and-post-obama-era?from_search=true&search_version=service_impr ( )
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