Thanks to Kathryn Armstrong for writing this book review of One of the Few: A Marine Fighter Pilot’s Reconnaissance of the Christian Worldview. I loved her review and wanted to share it with my readers. As I read the book myself, I was so impressed with the way Jason was able to weave his experiences as a Marine into his story of becoming a Christian and growing in his faith.
I hope you click over to Barnes & Noble (bn.com) or Amazon.com to get your own copy of the book. If you’re into audio, notice the offer to get the audio version free just by subscribing to Jason’s blog before December 31, 2015.
“There are many ways to die. There’s only one way to really live.” Jason B. Ladd is one of the few who grew up as the son of a marine and became a marine. In fact, Jason is one of the few marines who not only became a fighter pilot but an instructor pilot for both the F/A-18 and F-16. Still, that’s not the most courageous thing he’s ever done. One of the Few is a great read worth every minute you invest…not only in learning about how our military operates, but in pondering the core issues of life. It’s the fascinating, fast-paced autobiography of a young fighter pilot who recounts his life journey (so far) on both the physical and spiritual planes, including a look into the womb of darkness wherein a new spirit was conceived, dedicated, and brought to birth by God our Father. Jason writes with rare…
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