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From Happy Hour to Holy Hour and Freedom
From Happy Hour to Holy Hour and Freedom
Author: Sean Forrest
"When I met Sean Forrest for the first time I was struck! This human towering inferno touched me deeply with his genuine quest for Godly wisdom, for himself. His fire of love for the Lord has ignited many raging fires in the youth with whom he works, but also in countless number of souls he has touched with his music. He will be the first one...  more »
ISBN: 156757
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 103
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Publisher: Morris Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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I did not like this book. The author has some of the text in bold print and reading it that way makes me feel like I am being lectured. He is very opinionated, and says more than once that what he is saying is correct and everything else is wrong. On page 28 it states "The supposed enlightened, tolerant people of our time are tolerant of everyone except those who aren't tolerant of their ideas." I think he should re-read this sentence and open his mind just a bit.
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