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Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality

21 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Donald Miller

Miller (Prayer and the Art of Volkswagen Maintenance) is a young writer, speaker and campus ministry leader. An earnest evangelical who nearly lost his faith, he went on a spiritual journey, found some progressive politics and most importantly, discovered … see full wiki

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Author: Donald Miller
Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
9 reviews about Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on...
review by . July 06, 2010
When I picked up this book, I didn't know what to expect.  As I began to read, I felt connected to the reader.  His experiences with religion were very truthful and often funny. There were at times in the beginning where I wasn't quite sure what Donald's religious faith was.  As I continued to read, I realized he was totally devoted to Jesus Christ and did not necessary follow a "religion." It was refreshing.      As I continued to read Don's …
review by . June 28, 2010
Donald Miller writes:   "I never liked jazz music because jazz music doesn't resolve. But I was outside the Bagdad Theater in Portland one night when I saw a man playing the saxophone. I stood there for fifteen minutes, and he never opened his eyes.       After that I liked jazz music.       Sometimes you have to watch somebody love something before you can love it yourself. It is as if they are showing you the way."   …
review by . June 29, 2010
Donald Miller does an excellent job in this book of communicating Christianity as a relevant, recognizable, and practical faith that, when viewed in such a manner, can have real change and impact in lives.  Miller strikes me primarily in this book as extremely honest.  He consistently admits to the hard aspects of Christianity that are not easy to understand or to obey.  This book is written in very accessible language for today's generation, and thus is a very informative and …
review by . June 27, 2010
Blue Like Jazz is a collection of essays written in the style of a memoir. The greatest part of Donald Miller’s semiautobiographical novel is that one feels as though he is a confiding friend. Blue Like Jazz is one of the most honest and open works I have read on the topic of Christianity. This book will appeal mostly to younger members of the Church, but is by no means an exclusive work. However, this is not a work that is meant to logically prove the existence of God, but is one man’s …
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
Read the book before the movie comes out!
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
my pastor let me borrow this book
Quick Tip by . June 25, 2010
Wonderful and thoughtful. Definitely gets you thinking about everything you were brought up to believe.
Quick Tip by . June 23, 2010
really good book. recommended
Quick Tip by . May 21, 2010
Really good read! I read it in about a day. Raises some good point and deep questions.
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