Hi, friends! Welcome to the seventh instalment in the God’s Grand Game blog tour. Today’s contribution is a concise but fantastically well written review by a relatively new blogger named Logan Noland, who writes on his website Pilgrimage to Somewhere.
I really appreciate Logan’s kind, thoughtful, and open-minded review. I also love the way he has structured his review. Logan doesn’t agree with the main premise of the book (my belief that God is animating and controlling all activity in existence), but still finds value in the vision I present.
I will say no more, as I don’t want to introduce spoilers, but will simply invite you over to Logan’s blog where you can read the review:
It’s worth pointing out that although Logan understood my view of God to be quite severe, in God’s Grand Game I do explain that I believe God always brings good out of even the worst experiences in life, so I certainly wouldn’t describe God as intrinsically cruel. I do believe He has the capacity to be cruel, but the evidence to me suggests that He ultimately chooses love and mercy for all sentient beings (at least, this is what I hope).
That’s all for today! Have you had a chance to pick up a copy of God’s Grand Game yet? The book is available in various formats from a range of popular retailers, and is eligible for Amazon Prime. For all the details concerning the book’s availability, click the following link:
There are only three episodes of the blog tour left! Thanks so much for sticking with me. Tomorrow’s piece will come courtesy of Ashley Tanner, a very interesting blogger who recently left the fundamentalist religion into which she was born and raised. As well as living a busy married life with four children, Ashley blogs at Yellow Poppies.
Wishing all readers of Perfect Chaos a wonderful day, and if you’re new around here, a very warm welcome!
Peace and blessings,