Red Sea Rules


 Red Sea Rules

Author: Robert J. Morgan

Pages: 112

Plot: Using the parting of the Red Sea, and the Exodus story, as a basis, Robert J. Morgan gives 10 “rules” that will help us get through difficult times

What I Liked:

  • Easy to Read. The book is very easy to read, which enables you to get through it without too much thought (not necessarily a great thing) or have to re-read anything in the book. It flows, and is, generally well written.
  • Short: It’s basically a bite-size book…you can digest it all in one or two short sittings (And I don’t really know why I went for a food metaphor there).
  • Encouraging. For people who are going through tough times, and who aren’t cynical (unfortunately I am), this book will encourage and motive them.

What I Didn’t Like:

  • Poor exegesis. To put it simply, exegesis is trying…

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