How Good is Good Enough? – Andy Stanley

“Andy Stanley is pretty good”, I thought as I looked through the book options for me to review.  Since Nobody’s Perfect… How Good is Good Enough? is a must read.  I always wondered how people reconciled “Jesus was God’s Son” with “there’s more than one way to get to Heaven”, and Andy Stanley points out how that works, or doesn’t.  For being a short book, some would call it a booklet, it’s packed with things that make you go “Hmmm.”

I know several people who I would pass this book onto because they’ve asked the question posed on the cover and I believe this book would answer their questions better than I could articulate. Not only is it well-written and thought-provoking, it’s short;  there’s no excuse for not having time to read it. If you or someone you know is serious about wanting to know how the whole going to Heaven thing works, this is a great “introduction”.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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One response to “How Good is Good Enough? – Andy Stanley

  1. Let G.

    Stanley answers the objections to the Christian message and point the readers to the plan of salvation through Jesus Christ. How Good is Good Enough is a good resource for those who want to communicate clearly to others the reason for Jesus’ death on the cross and for those who are searching for the truth of how they can be certain of where they will spend eternity. We have included this in our collection at http://booksforevangelism.org, heaps of books can be found here which can be used as a tool for evangelism.

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