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I have read this book twice, and I have just begun reading it for the third time.
The absoluteness of divine love is rooted in the overflowing love of Father, Son, and Spirit--this love has been poured out into the hearts of the body of Christ.
I love this book because it deals with a major blindspot of evangelicals: race and class divisions in the church.
If you have ever thought about why churches are still divided by race in 2011, "read this book." If you have ever wondered why people who follow a God whose primary message is to... Read morePublished on February 14, 2011 by James Calhoun
(posted by Christopher Laird)
I read Consuming Jesus with great interest to see if the bases were covered on race, class and
consumerism in the Church to my satisfaction. Read more
Finally...a book has entered the dialogue that holds together the difficult tension of pragmatic and local ecclesiology with profound theological depth. Read morePublished on January 26, 2010 by DH
The reorienting of the Church's vision is the path towards moving beyond `race and class divisions in a consumer church. Read morePublished on August 3, 2009 by Dr. Matthew S. Farlow
I loved this book for several reasons.
1. I love this book because it is a critique of evangelicalism by a man who is a committed evangelical. Read more
Does the consumerist mindset of contemporary evangelicalism harm our witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ? Read morePublished on October 19, 2008 by Trevin Wax
If someone is known by the company he keeps, Dr. Paul Louis Metzger is an important prophetic voice for and to 21st century Christianity. Read morePublished on March 21, 2008 by David Sanford