Each chapter ends with reflection questions. Unlike many books I've read, these questions were actually useful, and I found myself thinking about them before I moved on to the next chapter.
I really enjoyed this book- so much so that I stayed up late and finished the whole thing in one evening. It's a short book, and I have a feeling it's one I'll want to re-read in the future. I finished the book with a feeling that I'd just been challenged, and I like that challenge. It seems especially timely given that Pope Benedict has designated 2013 as the Year of Faith.
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