Book Review: The Seven Deadly Sins

You may have heard of the Seven Deadly Sins, but it’s a fair guess that if you were catechized anytime after 1971 you can’t name them, must less describe them — or recognize how they apply to your life.

That’s one very good reason to get The Seven Deadly Sins by Kevin Vost.

Based on the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, Vost gives us both a history of the deadly sins in scripture and a battle plan to vanquish them from our lives.  Want to know how to slash sloth, end envy, abolish avarice, vanquish vainglory, gut gluttony, level lust or rout wrath?  You’ll find the answer in this book.

About Joel Whitaker

Joel Whitaker is a long-time professional journalist (Tampa Bay Times, Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Bulletin, Institutional Investor, executive newsletters) and Catholic convert. He is the RCIA coordinator for his parish.
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