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REVIEW The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook 107 ¾ [Reading] ➷ The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook By Jeff Kinley – Ben Forman was just an ordinary guy a young professional starting his first job and falling in love with his girlfriend Living on the outskirts of a southern city he didn't think the zombie activIan Zombie Killers ePUB #185 to discover the truth for ourselvesIn this volume you will find a gripping face paced zombie survival story as good as any you’ll read in a mainstream horror novel or see in the latest Romero film But you’ll also find a parallel commentary providing a startlingly honest insight and uniue perspective on our struggle with sin Sean T Page author of War against the Walking Dead The Official Zombie Handbook. I will freely admit that when I first heard of the Christian Zombie Killers Handbook I presumed it would be along the lines of the Zombie Survival Guide or perhaps a tongue in cheek guide like the ones created by Scott Kene such as The Zen of Zombie So even after I had read a few pages into the book I was still waiting for the punch line or the snarkiness to come out I guess that despite expecting something different initially I can't say I'm surprised that a Christian minister has embraced the concept of zombies in an effort to use the rotting buggers as a euphemism for original sin The proposal here is that each of us has an inner zombie an evil that dwells inside that is genetically encoded into our DNA It isn't something we can get rid of because it's been there since Adam and Eve ate the apple This zombie makes us pull away from God we are driven to pull away because of the lusts and desires that we are always battling with inside The zombie is our dark passenger that rides with us everywhere we go and is always urging us to step away from the light and the promises for salvation that Jesus offers In tandem with the extended sermon that Jeff Kinley serves up he gives us the story of Ben who lives in an alternate universe filled with real zombies They crop up every so often killing the innocent before they are put down by the police or other authorized execution suads Ben's story is doled out in bits and pieces between each chapter of the sermon and it really doesn't go anywhere It might have been interesting had it come to some sort of conclusion that allowed it to be a stand alone tale but since its whole purpose is to create parables for each individual chapter of the book it is sorely lacking I don't think it would be fair for me to judge this book based on my misplaced expectations when I first opened it up I think it better that I stress something to anyone who has not yet read the book this book is a sermon that strives to make you accept that if you are a Christian you are undeniably weak and fallible but that Jesus loves you like that and expects you to be strong and resist the temptations put to you by your inner zombie which manipulates and twists you into wanting to serve your own needs above all else It is that simple The author uses the increased popularity of zombies in our society to drive home this point Jeff Kinley recognizes that zombies since they first appeared in George Romero's Night of the Living Dead have been used as symbols in one form or fashion both in books and on the big screen We are the zombies drones who robotically go about our routine driven by lust and greed and undeniable urges to do evil With that said I don't necessarily buy into the author's analogy here I think vampires would be a apt representation of our dark greedy evil side Because while zombies do represent undeniable urges in us they are mindless feeding machines that for the most part in most movies and literature are not evil but just forces of nature Evil reuires thought and zombies do not have thoughts They just do what they are designed to do If each of us had an inner zombie I seriously doubt we could resist its urges since they are not based on any sort of debate on whether we should be good or bad people Zombies just do what they do with no compunction and no guilt Again I would propose that the vampire tormented by its desire to drink blood and to kill while at the same time corrupting others as it does so is of an apt metaphor for original sin Doing battle with our inner vampire makes sense to meThis was not a book for me thought I might find it interesting to discuss the concept of the inner zombie with the author as well as zombies in general This is a book that can and will find the right audience though I suspect that uite a few people will never be attracted to its message Even so for the right person this book has a very compelling message

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Culturally relevant The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook is a uniue combination of fiction and nonfiction It delivers a fresh approach to sin grace and salvation exposing the raging beast within us all and how to overcome life as a zombie EndorsementsJeff Kinley has found a way to communicate God’s grace to a new audience The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook is culturally relevant deeply perceptive and really inspires us Christ. My review here all my reviews here

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The Christian Zombie Killers HandbookBen Forman was just an ordinary guy Zombie Killers PDF #180 a young professional starting his first job and falling in love with his girlfriend Living on the outskirts of a southern city he didn't think the zombie activity so common in metropolitan areas would hit so close to home But it was becoming clear that the mysterious infection reanimating the dead would soon be a worldwide epidemic  Cutting edge The Christian ePUB #10003 and. The thing I can’t wait to say about this book it rocked my socks offNo seriouslyWhen I was choosing a book to get from BookSneeze I had several options and rating wise CZKH was not the top choice However for some reason when I had another book option open and was about to click “Reuest” I suddenly changed my mind and clicked on Christian Zombie Killers Handbook I guess I am attracted to oddly named theology books the other theology book that I love is written by a guy with a great last name of Stoner and it’s called God Who SmokesI didn’t regret the choice – even considering that I am not into zombies and used to consider them only as an annoying topic of mass hysteriaBut back to the bookThere are two “plots” – one fictional story and the other one – the non fictional meat for the mind forgive me the pun on zombie food The fiction part deals with a story of one family who had to deal with walking dead in different situations The non fiction reminded me of the letter to Romans Paul wrote Using the language that is understandable for the people of our age Jeff Kinley discusses sin sinful nature of the man and woman and grace I was blown away by this book I don’t think I’ve ever highlighted so many uotes in my iPod except Harry Potter but that’s a different storyThe best part about it – it was theologically sound – and not one of the “touchy feely” stuff the only aim of which is to make you feel good It’s the real dealAll in all I highly recommend this book to those who want to understand the sinful nature and how it affects our lives and how to overcome it