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Read it once through and found it posed thoughts I had not considered, yet still left questions in my own mind when reflecting on my religious beliefs and the things I have been taught from an early age. There was a lot of value and things to ponder and reflect on and that is why I will reread a second time and share with my husband and adult children. Many of the basic principals we practice already, but there is a depth to the writing that proposes deeper thought and discussion.
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