Chasing Daylight – Erwin McManus

I have previously described McManus’ books as a theological version of cotton candy.  Sugary sweet and hypes you up but leaves you empty and lacking sustenance.  This book is no different.  It has some good points, but they can be found in other better books, including the Bible.  I have a tendency to mark up books quite a bit; even some books I mostly disagree with.  As I just flipped through this one however I could not find a single highlighted or underlined part.  The book is not bad, but it is just not that good either.



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