Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are?

I just finished, “Who Do You Think You Are?” by Mark Driscoll.  I actually used this book for the last several days as my quiet time “devotional.”  In this book, Driscoll talks about our identity that we have in Christ as followers of Jesus.  He does this by walking through the book of Ephesians a few verses at a time and pointing out what it says about who we are.  This book is by no means an exhaustive treatment of the book of Ephesians, but it does go over every verse and pull out the themes that are there without ever seeming to force an idea to be present that is not really there.

I highly recommend this book for all believers, as most of us struggle with identity issues without even realizing it.  Personally, the last two chapters were the most meaningful for me, but this book seems to be one that will hit different people in the face at different points in time.  One great bonus to the book is that Driscoll is currently preaching through he same themes as the book at Mars Hill Church.  This means that you can hear him talk through a section if you wanted more info or didn’t quite understand something as it was written.

 

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