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Apologies From a Repentant Christian: Is Jesus Christ Real? by Donna L. Young is the autobiography of a modern day Christian who, like many of us, at one time or another wondered if Jesus Christ really exists. Written as an admission of her sins and at the same time seeking God's forgiveness, the book is a raw, sincere and very personal account of the author's life and faith. Born and raised a Christian, Donna soon realizes that her arrogance has gotten in the way of true repentance and that her being a Christian is like living a life of masquerade. Will she find the answer to this most complex and difficult question of faith?
Donna L. Young's Apologies From a Repentant Christian: Is Jesus Christ Real? goes directly to the point and it is an interesting read. In nineteen chapters of beautiful prose, we learn about her life journey, her trials, and struggles. Speaking directly to her readers about her vulnerability, regrets, realizations, transformation and finally growth in her faith and life in general, her sincerity shines through. The result is an inspiring story that will make readers examine their own lives and beliefs. Some chapters of Apologies From a Repentant Christian contain beautiful lyrics to a number of hymns and these are both enlightening and inspiring. As such, I highly recommend this book to readers, both Christian and non-Christian alike. And as we put down the book and continue with our own journeys, face our own trials and struggles, it is a good idea to think of Donna's experience and draw strength from it.