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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Rebooting Christianity by Todd R. Carpenter speaks about Christianity and the importance of the Holy Bible which contains all the answers we are looking for. The Bible has a solution for everything - how to mend broken lives, broken relationships, and a broken nation - but we live in a world which is blinded by manipulation. The author addresses the gap that exists between what is taught in churches today and what the word of God is through this book. The book reaches out to many readers who are not able to understand the Bible properly.
The book also clears up any misunderstandings many people have about sin, and encourages readers to think and act. The author's words also challenge some firmly held convictions and shatter certain paradigms. The book is an eye-opener and the author does a good job of interpreting God's word. God is glorified through the book and readers are made aware of their responsibilities towards God. The book also speaks about the problems faced by America today where there is a dearth of justice and a plethora of sin. The book will make readers contemplate about the society we live in, God and religion, and what could be done to make the world a better place to live in. I found the book encouraging, uplifting, and one that will motivate readers to look at life and living in a better way that will bring happiness.