Reviews by patamo
On 4/9 patamo wrote: I was excited to read this book. I have always enjoyed Mark Driscoll's teaching and the posts (both written and video) that he does as a part of the The Resurgence website. Identity is a critical topic today. Answering the question, "Who am I," is essential in defining your personhood. Identity affects ... Enjoyed this very much
On 5/15 patamo wrote: I just finished reading Pete Wilson’s new book, Empty Promises: The Truth About You, Your Desires, and the Lies You’re Believing. Pete’s book is much like the messages he gives in his church: easy to understand, full of illustrations, and very practical. One of the things I like about Pete Wilson’s ... Another great book from Pete Wilson
On 3/27 patamo wrote: Behemoth begins on a game reserve in Kenya where the game warden, Jim Thompson, finds a cape buffalo and three bull elephants gored to death. The animal that did it is unlike anything they know and, when checking the prints left behind, the animal is identified as a distinct relative of a triceratops. ... One Part Monster Quest, One Part Jurassic Park
On 3/24 patamo wrote: I had a good time reading The 13th Tribe by Robert Liparulo. In a nutshell, the book spans about 3,000 years and focuses on a group of immortal Jews who are seeking God's forgiveness from their sin of rebellion by worshipping the calf at Sinai by killing bad guys throughout history. Without spoiling ... Overall a great read
On 3/13 patamo wrote: I’ve got to admit right up front: I’m a big fan of Max Lucado’s writing. I have been inspired and personally helped by many of his previous books. “Fearless” was no exception. While I wouldn’t have categorized my self as a person who is plagued by a lot of fears, I would say that I have ... Get free from your fears
On 3/13 patamo wrote: I just finished reading, "Rex," by Catherine Lewis. It is an inspiring book about the challenges and triumphs of a young man who suffers from blindness due to a problem with his optic nerve and his mother. It is a moving story that grabs you right from the start and alternately has you laughing one minute ... read Rex and be inspired...