What I love about Christian Zombie Killers Handbook is that its author’s voice is clear, direct, and passionate. In the introduction, his words paint a graphic depiction of what the dark side of human nature truly looks like and how it functions in our lives.Organized into 12 episodes—laying out the leading theories for explaining for zombieism (sin).
I was initially concerned about the wisdom of building an entire zombie mythology as a metaphor for sin; however, the author nicely balances each episode, first with a story based on the zombie metaphor immediately followed by relevant, Biblically/scripturally-based discussion questions.What makes the discussion questions so good is that the author doesn’t pull any punches. He uses extreme phrases and word pictures like “moral insanity, ” “soul-crimes,” It’s this use of visceral language that will make it appealing to teenagers and young adults. The questions are really appropriate for teenagers who are sifting through everything they’ve heard and read, beginning to firmly establish the beliefs and opinions they’ll carry into adulthood.
Christian Zombie Killers Handbook was provided to me as an advanced reading copy by BookSneeze.