Several months ago (maybe a year ago even??) my mom read a book called "Radical" by David Platt and highly recommended it to me. To this day I still haven't even read it. Shame on me! So when I got this copy of "The Radical Question/A Radical Idea" by David Platt to review, I was really excited. After reading it I really want to read the first book, and more in the series as well. You can tell that Platt is a genuine guy. He is employed by a megachurch in Alabama but I have a sneaky suspicion he'd be willing to give up any prestige or leadership positions if he felt led by God to do that. In this book (actually two books in one) he talks about our commitment to Jesus, and what it looks like when it's in action. He has such great ideas and he will talk about things in this book that make you think, and make you think "Ouch!", and ultimately make you change.
The books are short and they are simply to the point. I love the easy style he writes with. It definitely makes me want to read more books by him. This book is very motivating and I encourage all people of faith to read it.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.