A Guide to the Travels of the Soul
by Mike Riddell;
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Godzone by Mike Riddell was published by Spck in April 2010 and is our 48204th best seller. The ISBN for Godzone is 9780281062522.
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GodzoneJackie Rowe, via The Good Book Stall
I am a voracious reader and like to have about ten books on the go, but rarely do I give my undivided attention to one book and then read it from cover to cover in less than 24 hours! But Godzone would not let me go. Its sub-title A guide to the travels of the soul indicates that we are going on a journey. What follows is a book interwoven with stories, similes, metaphors and jokes in non-religious - and sometimes shocking - language about the Kingdom of God. The mystery of living in the Zone, learning its language and customs, living with the other travellers, and eventually reaching the river at the end of the journey - it is all there. A Pilgrim's Progress for the twenty-first century. Although it is a re-issue of a book first published in 1992, the language is up to date and masterfully crafted. I had to look up some words more commonly used in New Zealand - for example, dingbat, which according to my dictionary means 'daft' or 'crazy' in the antipodes. Some of the illustrations made me laugh out loud. How about this one used when describing old friends who we meet infrequently but with whom we are totally relaxed, 'These are the ones in whose presence you are as relaxed as a basset-hound on barbiturates.' I would choose carefully to whom I would give this book - it is definitely not for the prudish - but it has the potential to create a great thirst for the reality of God and His Kingdom, and I heartily recommend it.
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Details for Godzone
|Page last updated||11th June 2010|
|Author / Artist||Mike Riddell|
|Publisher||Spck (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||128|