Yesterday, I decided to take the plunge and dive into what should be a rewarding experience for you, the readers, and me. As a kid, I love reading books and you could tell by looking at my nose. It was literally covered in ink. Though I did have some dry spells, the love for reading has never left. They say that one’s passion grows best when shared.
It is probably why I maintained a love for God’s Word because I talked with my Father in Heaven about what I read. Today, I can honestly say there was a joy in talking about what I read. Sadly, I never thought to ask God about the other books that I read. I had a similar experience when I joined a book discussion on Fahrenheit 451 in college.
If you are reading a blog post on this site, it is a safe bet that you’re interested in Christianity. As you may have guessed, my goal for this blog post is to discuss issues found in Eugene Cho’s book “Thou Shall Not To Be A Jerk: A Christian’s Guide To Engaging Politics”.
This is not meant to be a book review; rather it is a discussion on what Eugene Cho is covering in this book. As it happens, I did major in Political Science and been involved in social activism.
During the 90s, I would have loved the pearls that I’m discovering inside and I’m planning to share some of them. Don’t worry, I am not planning to go hardcore. Not everyone is called to get into politics, yet we do need to know how to not come across as a jerk.