The Bad Catholics Guide To The Seven Deadly Sins reminds me of the “complete Idiot” books of years past. What made these “how to” books great was the fact they had no information gaps. You could repair almost anything because they never skipped a step in the instructions and identified necessary parts with colors, illustrations, and pictures. Who would have thought that a theological subject, the Seven Deadly Sins, could be written with no information gaps and be accompanied by classical and commercial art, posters, portraits, and my personal favorite, cartoons!
Bad Catholics Guide To The Seven Deadly Sins – A Tiber River Review
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