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Adrian Plass in now in demand after his account of "serious spiritual experiences" in The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass (aged 37 3/4). As Adrian gathers regularly with his support group, we meet old friends like his long-suffering wife Anne, their son Gerald, loony and lovable Leonard Thynn, and Doreen Cook, who are as religious as ever.
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My Favourite Sacred Diary

Really enjoyed listening to my favourite of the Sacred Diaries, so many funny stories, and it brought tears to my eyes at times as well.

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Great fun

4 stars not because it will ever be ranked a literary classic, but because through his wonderful, insightful, sharp yet gentle humour, Adrian Plass reaches into the heart and leaves little nuggets of wisdom about God's great love.

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  • Gerald
  • romford, essex, United Kingdom
  • 04-04-06

The sacred diary of Adrian Plass(aged 45 3/4)

Simply, a very enjoyable listen.

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  • Adriel
  • 14-04-06

A funny look at the church

Adrian Plass has a wonderful way of looking at the way Christians behave, and the gap between what they really are and what they appear to be in public. It's full of British humour (he warns that Americans do not understand irony). It's a wonderfully encouraging book and life giving book. WAARNING: Not for anyone who takes the church too seriously.

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