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  • FriendshipWarrior - Why am I only discovering this now???!!My wife bought me this as a birthday present. I wore it the night I got it and we went out on a nice birthday dinner date. After leaving the restaurant a man approached our car and held a gun to me and said "give me all your money". I said I didn't have any. At that moment he aimed at my wife and shot! I leaped in front of her and took the bullet to save her life. The man took off and I layed there in the parking lot ready to meet my maker. It took me a second to realize there was no pain. The bullet went right through my jacket and stopped when it hit the fibers of the 3 wolf shirt. I learned this was no ordanary shirt. It is a gift from the gods given to those who have faith in the power of wolves. It saved my wife and I that night, and I will use it to protect my children. Thank you mountain for this divine cloth that we mere mortals may endow ourselves with during this time on earth.
  • Mike - Very solid buyI actually love my new Samsung tablet. Makes me wonder why I ever considered buying an ipad. Loving the android operating system though it does contain a few bugs. Kinda still mad at Samsung though. The tablet came with a piece of plastic over the screen which would've served well as a default screen protector but it's riddled with unnecessary advertising words that force you to remove it and buy your own screen protector. Very stupid!
  • David Norman - A Radically Different Understanding of the Christian FaithLast summer, David Platt's book, Radical came out and the buzz surrounding the book was insane. Honestly, it was that buzz - that hype - that prevented me from reading it. To my mind, it simply couldn't have lived up to the hype.

    And yet, time and time again, someone would ask me, "Have you read Radical? I think you'd really dig it."

    So, finally I gave in. I was offered a free copy in return for a review and I jumped. And less than a week after opening it, I sit on the other side of the final page wondering where this little book will take me.

    In Radical, the author pushes us to consider the painful and powerful dissonance the exists between the call to follow Christ and the American Dream. He offers up this warning shot on page 3.

    "I am convinced that we as Christ followers in American churches have embraced values and ideas that are not only unbiblical but that actually contradict the gospel we claim to believe."

    He doesn't stop there. He goes on to tell stories of faith - of sacrifice and commitment - from well-known heroes such as Jim Eliot, George Mueller, John Paton, and C.T. Studd to unknown members of the church that he pastors. And these stories challenge each and every reader to consider their lives in the light of the calling of Christ.

    And so he lays it out. As succinctly and powerfully as possible he challenges each of us who claim the name of Christ, but are pursuing the American Dream, to cease making much of ourselves, and to start making much of Jesus. To stop fortifying our bank accounts and building our dream homes and collecting as much stuff as we possibly can until it passes from us to the landfill. And he calls us to be different - to be radical.

    "If more than a billion people today are headed to a Christless eternity and have not even heard the gospel, then we don't have time to waste our lives on an American dream."
  • JLipsitz - Excellent, as expectedFrom following Sam's work, I can't help but come to expect groundbreaking thought every time. In this book, he makes a serious entry into the world of philosophy in his typical way that makes for highly entertaining reading, and not just for nerds. His gift of articulateness is as evident in his writing as in his speech.
  • Learning - Kindle LoveI really like my Kindle Fire. It is in my hands everyday! I guess that could be taken as a bad thing, since I am always playing games on it and getting pretty much nothing else done. The colors are very vibrant. What can I say this late in the game? It was a very good purchase for me. It is my friend and companion.