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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Over the years, theologians and philosophers have grappled with the question of what God looks like, the origin of humankind, and man’s ultimate destiny. For Christians, it’s easy to turn to the sacred scriptures for answers, and this isn’t without any good reason. In Made in the Image of God: Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World, Reid A. Ashbaucher makes powerful points about the nature of man and God, and reflects on the nature of God as a Triune Being, the Trinity, Three Persons in one God. At times this book reads like a textbook; at times it comes across as Christian hermeneutics, but it is the simplicity and the clarity of its message that will surprise many readers.
In clear and beautiful prose, Reid A. Ashbaucher offers beautiful insights on God’s loving nature and creates a powerful link between God and man, a link in which man sees his image clearly, his identity, his mission, and his destiny. The whole message of this book can be summarized in the powerful biblical statement that God created man in His image and likeness. But what does God look like? Is it enough to look at man in order to understand God? The author uses scriptures and other renowned Christian writers to create a reflection that will open the minds of many to the realities, to the powerful truths about who they are. The message in this book will change the way you look at yourself, the way you think about your neighbor, the way you look at God, and the way you pray. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge of God and self.