Monday, May 7, 2012

Review: I Blame Eve

I Blame Eve by Susanna Foth Aughtmon

Release Date: April 1, 2012
Publisher: Revell
Genre: Christian Non-fiction
Pages: 187
Format: Paperback
Buy It: Amazon
When our great-to-the-nth-degree grandmother Eve ate the fruit, we lost out on the perfect life. But that doesn't stop us from trying, does it? In fact, we make trying to be perfect the focus of our entire lives! But what would happen if we stopped trying to be perfect and started trying to be his?

In this fantastically witty book, Susanna Foth Aughtmon helps women find out what it means to be honest about what we crave in life and let go of our deep need to be in control. Using Scripture and amusing personal stories, she shows women the freedom of embracing the unique path God lays out for each of us. Includes study questions to facilitate group or individual use.
I loved this book! At first I was expecting it to entirely focus on how women tend to blame others for their problems. I was surprised to find that each chapter focused on a different aspect of Eve's personality, and how it can manifest in a woman's life in the current day. I related with most of them, but I wasn't too surprised about that haha. Whether or not you think you can relate to Eve, I recommend all women to read this book. You just might be surprised what you discover!

I received this book free for review from Revell Blog Tours. I was not required to post a positive review, simply an honest one.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the link Ariel. Hope you don't mind but I've inserted the title of the book for you.


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