Dinner with a Perfect Stranger : An Invitation Worth Considering Paperback
Invited to dinner with a man calling himself Jesus of Nazareth, stressed, overworked business man Nick Cominsky assumes his fellow workers are pulling a prank.
On his arrival at the restaurant the stranger introduces himself as 'Jesus.
My family called me Yeshua.' Nick decides to play along but throughout the meal this game is continued, and Nick begins to wonder if this likeable apparent prankster may indeed be what he claims.
As the meal progresses, this modern day Doubting Thomas confronts his own unfulfilled longings, spiritual uncertainties and anger with God...and he begins to wonder if it's possible that the man across from him has the answers to his deepest questions.
Nick's life may be changed forever when he has Dinner with a Perfect Stranger.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 112 pages, n/a
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 01/01/2006
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780340908785
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Review by KingstonUCA
This book, which can be read within a couple of hours, is a ficticious story of a man who has dinner with Jesus. It explores issues of faith and God and encourages us to examine our own commitment to Jesus. An enjoyable, easy to read book.
Review by BoundTogetherForGood
Interesting look at Howie's life, by Howie. He struggles wtih some very personal issues but luck/fate/God has shined upon his life and some very great things have fallen into his lap. While being a talented and loving guy he admits to not thinking through the results of his actions fairly often...and he apologizes for the things he feels he should apologize for. I enjoyed the book, a lot.