Over the weekend I celebrated my birthday and one of my friends gave me this book. It’s not a book that I will read straight through, but I did start on it last night. As it’s considered non-fiction, I read the intro/preface and am pleased with the forthrightness of the author. Considering that this book was originally written in the early 1900s and by someone within the church, I find it refreshing when he states that he has no real way to test the validity of each of the stories and takes them solely on the merit that he doesn’t have any reason to doubt them. It’s nice to see stories compiled during a time before the internet made liars out of everyone.