Previously, I have always enjoyed Beth Moore and her studies. This one I really struggled with. right away in the book, she sets up that John the Baptist is the son of Zeebede. John the Baptist is the son of Zachariah (Sarah), Jesus' cousin. Jesus did have a disciple "whom Jesus loved" but that is a different John, not John the Baptist. John the Baptist was not one of Jesus' 12 disciples. He follow Christ and had his own disciples that he taught about Jesus, but was not one of the 12.
I had high hopes for this classic, but was disappointed. It is a well written piece of work, just a sad a depressing tale of a young girl who try's everything to fill the whole in her heart and destroys herself instead.
Terrible. D. Eric Williams takes something that is so beautiful and tries to apply science, ruining the basic principle of faith. This book is not well writen and the facts the author tries to use to disprove this boys story do not add up. This book is a waste of time and very discouraging, not worth it. D. Eric Williams needs to find Jesus himself to experince the beauty and hope that is in supplied through Faith in Christ.
I kept reading this book because I felt like it was important information to know. The story is a true story and very sad at times, so it took me a while to get through, not a page turner, but once you start it, you have to finish it.