One of the main themes of this book that jumped out is " What am I blind to?" and "What are the things that I and my generation are unaware of"? The insensitivity when we see injustice has become the new comfortable thing to do. To not see what is around us and act to resolve the pain and suffering of others . It has another name " By Stander Effect." The author shares with his readers not only the character of God concerning justice, the history of some of the injustices, and the his own "ah ha" moment about it. There are also stories about those who dared to make a change on behalf of others.
I found this book to have some good bits and pieces but also a bit dry as well. Kind of a mixed bag but I did come away with a new understanding of how the Hebrews look at God, and the spiritual and the natural sides to life. Its not anything like the general separate American view. They see that they are integrated and united working together like a set of railroad tracks. The author explained it whole lot better and he did share some other good insights.
I received this book free from the publisher through the Book