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Author:
Randall Arthur
ISBN13:
978-0945564225
ISBN:
0945564228
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Publisher:
Multnomah Books (April 1, 1991)
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Subcategory:
Christian Living
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1657 kb
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1222 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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The story's hero, Pastor Jason Faircloth, embarks on a journey that lasts eighteen years and takes him through four countries in a quest to find the granddaughter who is being hidden from him.

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I really enjoyed Wisdom Hunter. The story took off quickly and was captivating. God really used this book and the two that follow to minister healing to me. For any one that has ever been wounded.

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This rerelease of Randall Arthur's bestselling novel presents the hypocrisy of Christian legalism and a man's search for the only surviving member of his family. The story's hero, Pastor Jason Faircloth, embarks on a journey that lasts eighteen years and takes him through four countries in a quest to find the granddaughter who is being hidden from him. In a process that mirrors our own spiritual journey, he discovers a rich relationship with God and the peace that finally comes with true faith.
  • I had read this book some years ago; but having left a church whose doctrine I didn't agree with..and issues with the pastor's authority..I bought this book just recently and read it again. It means much more to me now; how Jason Faircloth was SO blind to the heartfelt needs of his wife and daughter..and how his life in the Lord underwent so much change. I recommend this book to anyone who has had issues with legalist church belief and leaderships who push this onto their people. It really does cause much heartache and grief in the body of Christ!

  • I read this book when it first came out and have bought many copies to give away in the last several years. While the story is certainly fiction, it is well worth the read and reread. Many people mistake Christianity as a religion and it is all about relationship with the God of the Universe and this book points out very well how mean and self serving we as people can be when we are left in charge and do not listen to what God has to say about each of lives. Great message, this author makes it far more simple than most of us think it can be.

  • I realize "Wisdom Hunter" was written first, but I read "Jordan"s Crossing" first. In fact in was the only reason I bought W.H. Jason Faircloth was a minister who was to right winged, and ultra-conservative, and mean, and unloving to be a Christian, much less a pastor.

    I don't think there's anything wrong with being conservative, and having rules that line up with the Bible, but some times people go a little bit to far, even beyond the Bible to the point where they hurt other people. Well, Jason hurt his own family, and lost them. Being a minister I can understand how it feels to win the whole world, and lose someone in your own family. It feels very shallow.

    I didn't mind him backing down from his ultra-conservatism, but he ended up going to the opposite extreme. Which I didn't like. Not all of his beliefs were wrong, it was the way he imposed them on people. Reading books like these can give a person the false feeling that there is something wrong with obeying the Bible completely.

    If you're ultra-conservative, and unsure of yourself and what you believe outside of the teachings of the Bible, read the book, it will help you change. But don't go over board fall into ultra-liberalism in the process. Stay in the Bible.

  • I love this story because it shows the grace of God working in people's lives. What Jason went through especially at the beginning of the book was horrendous. This book is a warning to not become like Jason -hard hearted, proud, unjust and thinking only you know all the answers. This book is a book of hope - what Jason becomes like in the end is wonderful - a man who is healed everyway by God through the humble pastor who with God's insight cared and loved Jason back to God and the call of God on his life. God allowed Jason by what he had walked through by searching for his grand daughter to come in the end - of committing his beloved grand daughter to Him. He left it in God's hand whether he ever saw his grand daughter. Because God by His grace and mercy changed Jason, God bought them together.
    I have recommended this book to a lot of people. Most of the readers are challenged by the book.

  • I am a believer in The Lord Jesu Christ, and I am set free from the law of bondage to sin. I am also free to choose to obey God. This book of obeying men's law in order to be declared right with God and the contrast of a man being set free to obey God out of the sheer joy of knowing that Christ paid it all, is very refreshing and very true. The story was definitely captivating, it was hard to lay the book down
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  • The Wisdom Hunter will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the whole book with a fast-paced ending. The story centers around a "religion" entrenched pastor and his realization that his religion has managed to alienate him from those he loves.

    The story finds detailed excitement as it takes the pastor all over the world in search of his quest. Interesting characters are peppered throughout the book.

    The only negative that I found which is purely personal is the actual details of the story line. It was a bit far-fetched for me as far as the characters are concerned. I don't feel we see (in real life) such a reversal of character and personality. In other words, I don't think two of the main characters would have done a reversal in their lifestyle that was portrayed. But, I prefer non-fiction so that is understandable for my personal preferences.

    Overall, the story is quite interesting and good. Certainly held my attention through the complete story. Actually, I couldn't put it down and read it in 2 days.