Starting at the Finish Line
By John B. Wallace
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Religion /Christian / Nonfiction / General
Published by- Pomona House Publishing, LLC
Number of pages- 202
Age Group- Adult
Description of Book- paperback, ISBN 978-0-9914622-0-9, $14.99
Starting at the Finish Line, by John B. Wallace, is about describing what it is like for the Mormons and how they need to look more closely at the Bible learn about how salvation given by Christ. Wallace defends the Bible, give solutions, and discusses how a person is born again.
About the Author- Dr. John B. Wallace is a practicing dentist in California and is active in his church. He was active in the Mormon church for twenty years.
My thoughts- I thought Starting at the Finish Line, by John B. Wallace was an interesting book, because I learned both about the Mormons and more about how some view Christianity.
I think this would a wonderful resource for someone who is thinking of leaving the Mormon faith. Wallace did a wonderful job of showing what the Mormons believe, how some of their concepts are wrong, and what the Bible truly says and how Christianity works. I learn that I sometimes think as the Mormons do, that I have to have good works and not just the gift of salvation that Jesus provided to me by his death on the cross.
I liked how Wallace quoted the Book of Mormon. I really enjoyed being able to read my version on the Kindle, to know what was discussed around those particular verses. It would have been nice to have a bibliography in the back of the book, so that I could try to find the books that were quoted.
I really recommend this book to those who are thinking of leaving the Mormon faith or those who desire to learn more about the Mormons and how talk to them about the Christian faith.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Starting at the Finish Line, by John B. Wallace, for free through Cross Focused Reviews. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.