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 BLAME EVE: FREEDOM FROM PERFECTIONISM,CONTROL ISSUES & THE TENDENCY TO LISTEN TO TALKING SNAKES by Susanna Foth Aughtmon is an insightful Christian Living novel. What an encouraging story full of wit,humor,insight,faith,love,forgiveness,laughter,and the challenges of life. She explores the story of Adam and Eve from the Bible,and shows us what God has in store for us and our hearts. Even at the expense of her own pride. Every woman should read “I Blame Eve” to understand Eve more and don’t listen to “snakes” anymore. A must read for anyone who enjoys Christian living,insight into the world of Adam and Eve. Received for an honest review from the publisher. Details can be found at Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
HEAT RATING: None(Christian Living)
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More