This book begins with life in the Garden of Eden. Life the way God intended it to be. Everything and everyone in peace, harmony, and in right relationship: shalom. Then comes the snake with his insinuation that there’s another, better way to be happy and to be as wise and powerful as God. Insinuating that perhaps God is holding out on us. And from that, separation and shame destroy paradise.
The Very Good Gospel describes the various ways that we can restore shalom, God’s good design, to our relationships with people and our attitudes toward the environment. Using real life and personal experiences, Ms. Harper shows us that if we all work together, God’s paradise can be restored.
But it won’t be easy.
NOTE: I received a free copy of this book for review from Blogging for Books.