I have no memory of this book, but I know I read it, and probably underlined things inside. It’s super short! It was assigned reading for a class at church, and I think I missed the meeting when we discussed it so I can’t even borrow the insights of others.
But hey, I support the premise!
(One of the most profound observations from this book project, over the years, is the discovery that I’m mostly uninterested in instructional books. It’s particularly profound because I feel like I have read A LOT of them in my lifetime, and it seems to be a very popular thing within Christian culture. But they are generally dull to me, and I’m much more likely to be formed/changed through stories – fiction, yes, but also through compelling tales of non-fiction.)