• Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God (But Were Afraid to Ask): The Jesus Edition

  • By: Eric Metaxas
  • Narrated by: P.J. Ochlan
  • Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (49 ratings)

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With a healthy dose of wit and a heaping helping of wisdom, New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas answers questions about Jesus' life, death, resurrection, and much more.

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A lighthearted, yet truthful book!

This book is written as a question/answer dialogue. it is lighthearted and witty at times, but does an excellent job of presenting the Gospel. The author quotes verses to backup all of his answers to the questions. I was especially intrigued by how Metaxsas ties the two testaments together by explaining the many prophecies in the Old Testament pointing to the coming Messiah.

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another brilliant book by Eric Mtaxas.

Eric metaxas is a rare mind and always a good read. He is witty and brilliant without ever coming off as arrogant. I consider him a National Treasure. The unique question and answer format of this book initially comes off as simple but really accomplishes the goal of the book in rare form.

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Fun Introduction to Knowing God

Bought this to give to a friend who is a new follower of Christ, but learned a lot listening to it before I have it to him. A great read!

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Tongue in cheek doctrinal discussion

Provides explanation of complicated concepts in a comedic style. Sometimes, I found the dialog a bit sophomoric, but the point was made nonetheless.

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Q was ok, but sounded a bit morose.

in Q and A style. had some humor. answered both good and not so good questions.

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  • 01-01-20

Enlightening

An excellent, clearly laid out overview of Christianity. Highly recommended for those searching or for those longer time searchers who need to clear their head of confusion.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Jesus?

Not literally everything, but definitely a lot of questions you've probably thought of asking before, and some you should've but haven't. I love Eric Metaxas' writing style, very witty and thought provoking. PJ Ochlan does a fantastic job reading it too.

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