I’ve read now enough reviews of my book to discern some common praises and critiques. One of the most common praises is for chapter 7, in which I argue that the Internet is pornographically shaped. This point seems to have landed with many readers. Conversely, one of the most common critiques—in fact, I would say it is the near universally expressed critique—is that the book isn’t practical enough.
I appreciate that you avoided the legalistic impulse to go beyond Scripture and include lists of "necessary" practices Christians should follow. I thought your exhortations reflected biblical wisdom, and gave room for a myriad of applications.