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Beirut: God's Boot Camp (Book) - 6/20/2002 5:36:47 AM
Tom was "Right on". I was the Marine Mac he spoke about. The book inspired me and stirred emotions about religion. Being a typical Irish Catholic I have lost alot of faith during the years and during these current trying times in my faith. Tom sent the book at the right time. It was as if he were the messenger of God reminding me to keep a strong beleif. Well worth buying and saving for inspiration. Thanks Nuch. Semper Fi Mac

Beirut: God's Boot Camp (Book) - 6/4/2002 4:34:16 PM
Refreshingly real---real people like you and me---struggling and searching, making decisions that will not only change their lives and futures, but will transform many others as God's vessels to be used as He sees fit. A good picture of submitting to the "Still Small Voice" that the Holy Spirit is within each of us, and commiting totally to Him, as Isaiah did when he answered, "Here am I. Send me!" Pastor Tom and his lovely bride D'Lissa did hear, did listen, and have commited their lives to serving the One Who paid the price, IN FULL, for them. You will be drawn to read this in one or two sittings as God's Grace does a Mighty Work of deliverance in your heart! Enjoy and be FILLED!!!

Beirut: God's Boot Camp (Book) - 3/26/2002 10:31:27 AM
I read this book straight through, a page turner as the book tells a realistic story of the transformation of a suburban middle class American kid into a strong Christian with a sophisticated world view and compassion for all the people he meets, be they Hindu, Muslim or Christian. Iannuci's descriptions of the third world and what it is to live in the middle of non-stop terrorism are right on, I've been there and he got it right. His insider description of life as a Marine is a sub-theme that builds reader interest and gives a framework to this autobiography of faith. The overall lasting impression from the book is that the Lord will open up a new and hopeful world for you, one that you could never imagine is out there, once you walk the straight and narrow path of His way. The sinful things you give up are nothing compared to the rewards in this life and in heaven for those who believe in Him. "For I know the plans I have for you (even knuckleheads)," says the Lord. "They are plans for good and not for bad, to give you a future and a hope," Jer. 29:11

Beirut: God's Boot Camp (Book) - 3/15/2002 8:35:12 AM
I downloaded the free preview, and read enough to know that the author shows little compassion for Muslims. It could be related to the Marine losses in Beirut, but it sad to know that the author didn't take the opportunity to learn more about the people who have obviously had a tremendous impact on his psyche. This is the first time I ever read a description of the Muezzin call "as if the world was deserted and this prayer was a call to wake the dead." And I did consider the source as I wrote this review, especially after reading the authors' compassion for the Hindu men. This review only addresses the content of what I read.

Beirut: God's Boot Camp (Book) - 3/14/2002 1:19:00 PM
In this brief excerpt, the author effectively conveys the atmosphere of gloom and doom. This sounds like a book well worth buying and reading. Good luck, author.

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