Book review: Killing Lions

John & Sam Eldredge, Thomas Nelson

Killing Lions is a conversation between father and son team John and Sam. Sam details his life through dating disasters and university, followed later by marriage, doubt, agnosticism and belief, while John intersperses the story with wisdom and comfort to a young son who is trying to find his way in life.

The writing style takes a little getting used to, but John’s compassion for his son’s heartache, accompanied with timely advice, quickly makes up for it....

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