"Bound Together: How We Are Tied to Others in Good and Bad Choices" by Chris Brauns is a book that is based on the "principle of the rope", which explains and expounds on how the actions of one affect the many. Chris Brauns uses tons of Biblical examples of how this particular principle applies, not only to those immediate family members or close friends, but can extend beyond that small circle of people to affect others. For example, he traces the original sin of Adam and Eve all the way through to modern times.
While it partly seems to be common sense that our actions affect the people in our lives, it's an interesting thought to consider that our actions can have an effect on people outside of close friends and family members, like a domino effect.
What I liked about this book was the basic premise, and the simplicity that Chris Brauns used in explaining this principle, and backing it up with Biblical references to illustrate the point.
Brauns explains both the good side and the bad side of the "principle of the rope"in a way that is simple, easy to understand, and backed by the truth of the Bible.
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