September 9, 2005

Can anyone answer this

I want to know more about Joel Osteen. I'm instantly skeptical of any Christian who writes a book called "Your Best Life Now," but I want to see what others think of this guy. I've read that his theology is a "mile wide and a millimeter deep" and that his book is pretty much the "health and wealth" version of the gospel. Have I hit it on the head or is there more to it? Is this just another "Purpose Driven Life," a book that is wildly popular but ultimately lacking in real spiritual truth?

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