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- David - A great guide for those who enjoy the history and art of RomeRick Steves' enthusiasm and passion for history and art and his knowledge of the city is clearly evident in this guidebook. (I rarely use the hotel and restaurant suggestions and I was disappointed with the one restaurant suggestion we did use). But, that is not why I buy his books. The book is a virtual guide. The book tells you the details and history. It has great walking tours. For example, if you plan to visit the Vatican, the book guides you through possible routes to see what you want and not miss the big things and explains what you are looking at along the way. When you finally reach the Sistine Chapel the book tells you about the history of the chapel. It tells about the meaning behind what you are seeing on the ceiling. Then it gives you a shortcut to St. Peter's. I have used all the major guidebooks. When I go to Europe, I always use Rick Steves as my guide.
- Malkyore - A lot of people have been having problems, but mine works great!My roommate is on his second transformer prime and his still has some.... shall we say... quirks. Mine has worked great so far and i have had no major problems. This tablet is SO FAST. It blows everything else i have ever seen out of the water completely! Games look amazing apps are nice and responsive. This tablet is probably my favorite thing ever...
Also asus support is really helpful and are actively working to make the software for the prime more stable and user friendly. I speak from the experience of watching my roommate deal with them.
- Laura B. "Laura B." - "Must have" resource for upcoming tripI have gone on 3 WDW trips now. 1 - 20 years ago 2 - 8 years ago and 3 - coming up later this year. I have ALWAYS purchased that years edition of Birnbaum's Guide because it is just SO helpful. Easy to navigate and find info you are looking for. Great "insider" tips that make life easier while you're there. For anyone planning a trip - buy it!!
- Guy C "g" - good for pc based bookkeepingI've used this for years and have recommended it to many others for it's ease of use and year end reports. I don't have any plans to transfer this to a mobile device so i don't plan on having any issues with the whole cloud thing. I would still recommend this as a great product and the 3 year ability to download the program to multiple computers means I can use it at home and at work. I won't stop using it.
- A. McGlynn - A compelling accountThere are lots of questions about the credentials of the author of this book, but also, a lot of people have said that Reza Aslan really hasn't said anything new here - so why the controversy? If he hasn't said anything new, but has just brought common academic knowledge to light in a fashion accessible to the layperson, excellent! I listened to the audio version (read by Aslan himself, and it was quite pleasing to listen to), and I may yet pick up the paper or e-version in order to access the notes and bibliography mentioned in the intro.
As a former Christian, I am appalled that I was never taught any of the context of Jesus' life. I am ashamed that I never thought in any depth about the fact that Jesus was a Jew (though everyone knew it, it just never seemed that strange). I never wondered, much, how Jesus' Judaism got turned into Christianity as we know it today. This is not to say that this book would have weakened my faith, rather I imagine that if I'd read it as a faithful Christian, it might have deepened it, and caused me to reflect on my methods of worship and understanding of Jesus as man and christ. As it is, it gives me pause. Understanding (or beginning to understand) the context of Jesus' life and ministry, HIS religion (Judaism), is extremely gratifying.
As a Unitarian Universalist with a light interest in the classical world, I am fascinated by the history surrounding the time before, during, and after the birth and death of Jesus of Nazareth. As someone who long ago put aside the idea of Jesus as God (or even of God as anthropomorphic and personal), it is extremely interesting to me to find out more about who the Man Jesus may really have been. The narrative of how the "New Testament" was put together (and the intention with which each bit was written and canonized), where the various gospels and epistles come from, and what they mean in context is quite compelling. The epilogue really sums it up well:
"Two thousand years later, the Christ of Paul's creation has utterly subsumed the Jesus of history. The memory of the revolutionary zealot who walked across Galilee gathering an army of disciples with the goal of establishing the Kingdom of God on Earth, the magnetic preacher who defied the authority of the Temple priesthood in Jerusalem, the radical Jewish nationalist who challenged the Roman empire and lost, has been almost completely lost to history. That is a shame. Because the one thing any comprehensive study of the historical Jesus should hopefully reveal is that Jesus of Nazareth - Jesus the man - is every bit as compelling, charismatic, and praiseworthy as Jesus the Christ. He is, in short, someone worth believing in."