All Things Reconsidered
by Knox McCoy
Every artist, who has their first hit, is faced with a challenge.
How do you release a second offering?
It has to be similar enough to the first one to still sound like the hit that people have come to love, but not be so similar that people find it repetitive to the first presentation.
This happens all the time with music, but can also be true for books. This was a fear I faced when presented with the opportunity to read Knox’s second book.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Nelson Books through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
All Things Reconsidered:
How Rethinking What We Know
Helps Us Know What We Believe
by Knox McCoy
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If we ask just one question, does everything fall apart?
In All Things Reconsidered, popular podcaster Knox McCoy uses a unique blend of humor, pop culture references, and personal stories to show how a willingness to reconsider ideas can actually help us grow ourselves, our lives, and our beliefs.
In this laugh-out-loud defense of reconsideration, Knox dives into topics like:
Are participation trophies truly the worst?
Is it really worth it to be a ride-or-die sports fan?
Do we believe in God because of the promise of heaven—or the threat of hell?
Does prayer work? Is anyone even there?
This book is the catalyst we need to courageously ask the questions that will lead to a deeper understanding of ourselves—and God. It’s time to start reconsidering.
With the same fun-loving humor we know and love from Knox, along with the thoughtful and poignant storytelling we were introduced to in The Wondering Years, All Things Reconsidered balances on that line between comfort in what we know and newness that keeps us coming back for more.
Reading this book was like having a conversation with an old friend – you might have been there for some of the stories, but the retelling is still hilarious and learning something new from someone you’ve known is delightful.
Also, don’t miss the footnotes!
The Final Verdict
My rating: 5 stars
Would I recommend? Yes
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