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The Jesus Code is basically a devotional set up in 52 chapters.  The reader is supposed to read and study one per week.  It is a Question and Answer format.  Hawkins takes a section of scripture and then expounds on it and its application.   It isn’t an in depth look at systematic theology, it is a devotional.  It offers a concise overview of some important doctrines and concepts.  I don’t usually go for devotionals.  I much rather get my Bible reading done from reading the Bible.  I do like, “Morning and Evening” by Spurgeon, but who doesn’t?  Well this isn’t that.  It does a good job and is much more than the fluff of most modern devotionals.  It is way better than the nonsense, “Jesus Calling” where the author believes she is getting extra-biblical revelation from God.  “The Jesus Code” would make a great gift for a loved one who wants a devotional.  Hawkins has done a decent job of compiling some helpful biblical information.  The money from the book goes into ministry, not Hawkins’ pockets.


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