Have you ever considered how Calvinists and other conservative Christians view motivational speaking? How about how motivational speakers view Calvinism and others forms of conservative Christianity? It's hard to find these topics discussed anywhere. This audiobook explores the multitude of ways Calvinists (and other conservative Christians) differ from motivational speakers and to a lesser extent, how these groups are alike. If you would like to understand one of the biggest, yet almost always neglected, philosophical and theological disputes of our day, listen to this book.
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Misunderstood idea of Motivational speakers
It was interesting to listen that book while I am very interesting in Motivational speakers and Christianity. I am not agree with everything but either way I found it worth to read that book.
I found that author in many places do not understand teaching of motivational speakers. For example “What is success”, or “what speakers mean when they glorify America” . And I found that author is not a Christian himself.
I agree that Calvinism or most Cristian churches teaching differs very much from motivational speeches. But also I found that most Cristian churches are quite far away from bible teaching and real life when we talking about success or personal development.
Meanwhile I found that Jim Rohn teaches what bible says (not Christian churches) and I found that Jim Rohn teaching very to the point.
My conclusion: Motivational speakers - Jim Rohn, Earl Nightingale, Zig Ziglar are more accurate to the bible than Christian churches when we talk about life, people, personal development and success.
- Tomas Repsys