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The First Will Be Last

A Biblical Perspective On Narcissism
Written by: DC Robertsson
Narrated by: Jim Denison
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins

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If you're checking out this audiobook, there is a good chance you - or someone you care about - have experienced some of the more damaging consequences of genuine narcissism. Maybe you didn't realize you were dealing with a narcissist at first, but the pain and damage caused by this selfish, arrogant, condescending, and domineering person might have driven you to search for answers about what was going on, and how to deal with them. As you searched online or in books, you collected the conventional wisdom available, but feel there is still more to it.

While the Bible does not use the exact term "narcissism" - a word from Greek mythology - it most certainly speaks to the subject. In fact, if you look carefully, you might be surprised at just how much and how directly Scripture speaks about narcissism and narcissistic people.

The First Will Be Last: A Biblical Perspective on Narcissism is just what the title says - an A-Z look at the Biblical perspective on these toxic people; including who they are, how they got that way, and how to deal with them. From key words to Biblical case studies, it will unlock a new perspective and provide a framework in your search for truth.

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  • Brad A
  • 06-03-20

Brings clarity for Christians struggling with the topic.

It’s a great resource for orthodox Christians of all denominations. Bridges the gap between what the author calls ‘pop-psychology’ and the Christian world view and ethic. Author cites many ‘case studies’ (examples of personalities in the Bible that could properly be considered narcissistic) that allow the reader to see that narcissism is not a new phenomenon. Author philosophizes just enough about the issue (stays out of the theological weeds) and is able to offer up practical skills and, more importantly in my opinion, a mindset for those dealing with narcissistic people in their lives.

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  • keli
  • 09-03-20

Must Read!

Absolutely the best book on dealing with Narcissism that I have ever read, and I have read many.

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  • Natalie savage
  • 20-10-19

Fantastic read

This book is fantastic. It has filled lots of gaps for me. If I could leave a note for the author it would read. Excellent work except you encourage people to avoid a narc except someone who is married to one... did you forget the devil is her to kill and destroy? And no one is more vulnerable to the narc then the partner. You need to revisit that discrepancy as it could cost lives. Apart from that I really loved your book.

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  • Naomi
  • 02-12-19

Thank You Soul Saver 🙏

Absolutely fantastic book, highly recommended for anyone struggling with narcissists in their life and looking for a biblical view . Thankyou!!