Monthly Archives: August 2009

In summary, I have to say that I have mixed feelings about the booklet, Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face. Examining this booklet has been much like viewing a vast city at a distance through a camera’s wide-angle lens. From a distance, the city looks majestic with its impressive skyscrapers and enormous size. When you zoom in, however, you begin to notice unattractive details that were invisible beforehand, such as litter, traffic congestion, poverty, and so on. In a similar manner, Continue reading

The final sections of the booklet, Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face, cover the topics of what Jesus did (dying in the place of sinners), the resurrection of Christ, and the responsibility of the reader of the booklet now that he/she has learned the gospel.
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The author of this blog, Jeremy (Jehanne), is a Catholic who strives to think God's thoughts after Him and obey Christ's exhortation to take up the cross daily and follow Him on the way to Golgotha. He likes reading theology, evangelizing, and, of course, writing.