The Book Of Wisdom

The Age of Mindfulness

Christian - Living
206 Pages
Reviewed on 09/15/2018
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

The Book Of Wisdom: The Age of Mindfulness is a non fiction work mixing modern thinking and life with the traditions of Christianity and Christian living. Author Reginald Gibson aims to give his readers peace of mind in this self help volume by combining his own life experiences and revelations with God and Jesus Christ with the actual teachings of the Bible, offering a rounded perspective on how following Christianity can lead to a more fulfilling and peaceful life. Structured more as a series of experiences than a step by step approach, this self help guide is as easy to read as a biography, but comes with a strong moral message.

The thing I enjoyed most about The Book Of Wisdom: The Age of Mindfulness is the powerful personal connection that Reginald Gibson gives to his readers. He explores a very personal journey with many episodes related to his own life, and writes with clarity but also with a personal touch that allows his true voice to come through. The work is not preachy, which I appreciated, although it’s clear that Gibson is very passionate about the ways of the Lord and the benefits that Christian living can give to modern readers. That said, the book’s subtitle led me to believe that there might be a stronger focus on modernity than there was, and I’d have liked the volume to be a bit bigger to expand on some of the experiences and how they connect to Bible teachings with greater detail.