Tuesday, April 12, 2016

A Man Who Told Us The Truth By Will Davis Jr.

Trying to discover where ultimate truth really begins and ends—if it even exists—can be brutal work. Getting support from someone who has struggled with the same issues is invaluable.
In A Man Who Told Us the Truth, author Will Davis Jr. wrestles with questions of truth and spiritual realities, offering a bridge between spiritually inquisitive people and the person of Jesus Christ.
Written in a language that seekers and the nonreligious will understand, this remarkable book asks the hard questions about faith and invites the reader to give Jesus a fair hearing.
With chapters such has “Let's Talk about Truth,” “The God I Want to Believe (The Truth about God),” and “False Summits (The Truth about Religion),” this powerful tool tackles difficult topics including love, death, heaven, evil, God, and the nature of truth itself.
In the vein of Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis and Letters from a Skeptic by Greg Boyd, this book is for anyone who has ever gazed up into a star-filled sky and wondered what it all means.

Pick up your copy here...

Will Davis Jr. is the founding and senior pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship in Austin, Texas, where he and his wife Susie have served since 1993.
He is the author of several books, including Pray Big, 10 Things Jesus Never Said: And Why You Should Stop Believing Them, and Enough: Finding More by Living with Less.
Learn more about Will and Austin Christian Fellowship by visiting www.willdavisjr.com and www.acfellowship.org.

This book should not be compared to C.S. Lewis by any means.
I have to be honest, I had trouble getting into this book. The first chapter did not capture my attention. In a way it drug out through the entire chapter. I found that while reading my mind would wander away from the book. There is really good information within the book. It explains how to answer questions that friends may have about our faith. It is more of a in your face type read and I have trouble with that type of writing. 
I gave this book 3.5 stars.
I was given a copy of this book by Shelton Media for my honest review.


  1. Love your honest reviews I'll past on this one .Blessings DanaGirl

  2. Never heard of this author. Don't care to read this book.

  3. Don't think I would be interested in this one. Thanks for your honest reviews Mary. I depend on them for the books that I actually read.

  4. I can always depend on you to tell me what I should buy and read. I don't want to waste my money on this one.

  5. I won't spend my hard ranged money on this one. I have a very bad attention problem. If you had a problem with it I know I will.

  6. This is not the typical book that you usually review. Glad you tell us the truth about books. Thanks Mary

    1. Skylar, you are the WINNER! I will get your book right out to you!

  7. Its not my cup of tea, after reading your review.

  8. Nope not one I want to read. Mary get some good books on this blog. We don't want to read about the bad ones.

  9. The synopsis sounds good but I trust your reviews and I don't have time to read books that are not worth my time.