This is a book by John Bevere. I have not read it from beginning to end, although I did browse through a lot of the material. This is the kind of Christian book that makes my blood boil. Here is the basic premise of the text: This book can transform our thinking and our desire to fall in love with God and not good. Good without God can never be enough! Many things in the world appear good but are actually drawing us farther from God. But God has good for us.... His good... and it's a good the world can never give! "There is nothing good for you outside of Gods wisdom or Word, nothing at all." Soooo, good is no longer good enough. It has to be God good or it's worthless. And of course our esteemed author is here to tell us the difference inspired by - well by what exactly? Divine guidance? Personal interpretation? Both? Neither? Now I freely admit to a knee jerk reaction to this type of mortal posturing, so it seemed reasonable to throw this out there to the group and see what the rest of you think. If you'd like some further information on the book, here is the link to its page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Good-God-Wit...=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1471797222&sr=1-1 I realize that it may be difficult to make any definitive statements without actually reading the book; I'm simply interested in your thoughts and feelings on the premise being presented. In my reality if good is done for good reasons it is good. Period! It is an outrage to suggest that good actions and intentions are not sufficiently good enough unless it is a good interpreted through the lens of the Christian God. Thoughts?