Max On Life

Max On Life: Answers An Inspiration For Today’s Questions

By: Max Lucado

Max On Life is not a normally written book. Rather than being divide topically into various chapter it is instead a groups of letters, under the topics hope, hurt, help, him/her, home, haves/have-nots, an hereafter, that Max Lucado has received throughout the years from his various listeners, readers and others. So the this is not much of a sit-down-and-read book. It’s more of a reference work. Though you could read it as a normal book. The letters themselves are exactly what you would expect. If you enjoy reading Max Lucado’s books then I’m certain you will enjoy this book. If you don’t there is nothing here unique that will interest you. The answers given are very practical and very down to earth as opposed to technical and theologically rich. If you enjoy highly educational and Biblically deep answers to complex questions then this book is probably not for you. Either way, the book is a very easy read. Max Lucado is a skilled writer whether or not you even enjoy his topics of choice or how he deals with them. Overall, I would say I enjoyed the book. There were some drawbacks in some not so deep answers to questions but at the same time there was much advice for daily living in this book.

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