Y2K: The Millennium Bug-A Balanced Christian Response
||Author: Shaunti Christine Feldhahn, Ron Blue|
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Publisher: Multnomah Publishers Inc. (01 November, 1998)
Sales Rank: 58,729
Average Customer Rating: 3.89 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 2 out of 5
For a more challenging take on the turning millennium
Nothing very new here. If you want to read something that will really get you thinking (in a very positive, stimulating way) let me highly recommend a book called THE LAST DAY, by Glen Kleier. It's the first book I've ever read that kept me up all night--quite literally, I could not put it down. There is more surprising insight between its covers than in the whole lot of "millennium books" on the market right now. I know, I've read most of them. THE LAST DAY is far and away the most compelling. Y2K just doesn't measure up
Rating: 5 out of 5
Being a person who works in computer-field, you become real tired of hearing about the "Y2k" bug because you are dealing with it on a daily basis. Being a Christian, you get sick of hearing about doomsday, etc. etc. This book, however, was a pleasant and inspiring change. Mixed with facts and stories of possible Y2k affects on fictional characters, she makes you stop and think. Being Y2k prepared isn't about storing food, heading for the hills, etc. It's really about being wise and spiritual prepared all the time regardless of a programming bug. Not everyone will get it, but praise God for those who do.
Rating: 4 out of 5
A Much Needed Addition to the Y2K Noise
Although I thought the book contained a few too many stories the practical suggestions and organizational hints were excellent. Ms. Feldhahn writes, as she should, from a Christian perspective and suggests to readers who might share her faith, how one might address this largely unanswerable issue in light of Christian faith. Prudent preparation not panic and faith instead of fear are the order of the day! Ms. Feldhahn does a tremendous job of presenting the case for both!