A Dangerous Dozen: Twelve Christians who Threatened the Status Quo But Taught us to Live Like Jesus by Rev. Canon C. K. Robertson, PhD
K. H. Ting
It was nice to learn about some of these Christians who I did not know before. The author does state that whenever you are making a list like this, there will always be opinions that some person should be on the list instead of one he chose, and that's true. I don't think you could have had this list without St. Francis of Assisi and Dorothy Day and Oscar Romero are excellent choices as well. However, I wondered at many of them. After the chapter, I couldn't answer the question of how they had taught us to live like Jesus. I just didn't enjoy this book that much. Has anyone else out there read it? What did you think?