|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Larry Osborne is a teaching pastor at North Coast Church in northern San Diego County. North Coast is widely recognized as one of the most influential and innovative churches in America. Osborne speaks extensively on the subjects of leadership and spiritual formation. His books include Sticky Teams, Sticky Church, 10 Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe, and Spirituality for the Rest of Us. He and his wife, Nancy, live in Oceanside, California.
Accidental Pharisees is a much needed book in the American Church today.
If we're only doing things because we think we "should", or because we feel like others "expect" us to, then those things become to us like the rules of the Pharisees.
I just finished reading this book for the second time and have recommended it over and over again.
elders are in a place of spiritual authority. this will help them do it with grace. we must lead with love.Published 18 days ago by Kevin G Pigg, Crossbridge Christian Church
Oooooh my. I wasn't even through with the first chapter and I was so convicted I could hardly breathe (in a good way). Read morePublished 28 days ago by A.L.
A helpful medicine for extremes we are again seeing in the lives of young evangelicals.Published 1 month ago by Doyle Peyton
Nobody wants to think of themselves as a Pharisee. Jesus told his followers to beware of the Yeast of the Pharisees and other leaders of his days. Dr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ken Sayers
I saw myself at every turn. We all try to be "good" often at the expense of others. Great insight into the heart of God!Published 1 month ago by tilly
This book has numerous contradictions, but the greatest issue is misrepresenting the Pharisees. As Pastor Osborne points out, the people of the day thought the Pharisees were... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Becky
We.all.have a little Pharisee in us albeit accidental or not it is still a Pharisee nonetheless. This book is eye opening refreshingly direct and applicable for Christians in all... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremiah Campbell
Very good, especially for those like me who like to 'get the details right'.
A about to re-read the parts I highlighted (on my Kindle)