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April 05, 2006

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I read this book and I am neither male nor fatherless. I have a great Dad. And yet I long to be fathered by God, too. Donald Miller's book was thoughtful, provoking and funny--a wonderful combination. I recommend it.

Might I recommend also a comparison of Don Miller's book and Maureen Dowd's A Dad-shaped Hole in My Heart. You can read it online at BreakPoint's website:

http://www.pfm.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=BreakPoint1&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=18305

I think I'm on Day 78 of my "I'm not reading Blue Like Jazz" promo.

That's a quite a record, Serven. Does Guinness (the book, not the beer) know about this?

Just to clarify Catherine's comment, A Dad-Shaped Hole in My Heart is by Christian counselor H. Norman Wright and addresses the same topic as Miller's book but is written for women.

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