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Reviewed by Jose Cornelio for Readers' Favorite
A Guide to the Narrow Path by Edward Monjay is a book based on the biblical image of the “narrow path,” and the author explores biblical teachings and points out what is acceptable and the precepts that lead to salvation. This book has a strong warning: walking the narrow path isn’t easy, and that is why many people choose to dilute the word of God with their own illusions or choose what seems less challenging. But this book explores a variety of themes, including the true name of God, “Yahweh,” repentance, honoring the Sabbath Day, and why few people actually repent, end-time predictions, and a lot more.
Edward Monjay has a grounded knowledge of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, and he walks readers through the essential teachings of the Old Testament. The compelling argument of the book is that what is presented in the older scriptures is more relevant, so from the prophets through the experience of Israel, the author demonstrates the power of God’s name. While I found this book to be compelling and well-written, I also felt that its message will appeal to a specific group of believers. The writing is fluid and enjoyable and the author does a great job in including relevant biblical references to support his arguments. A Guide to the Narrow Path is compelling, but for readers who believe in the New Testament, it will be a huge challenge accepting the message of this book. Nonetheless, it is very informative and well-written.