Perhaps my favorite thing about the book is that each page is uniquely designed.
It will be uncomfortable for all as you realize how much you have, and in reality how little you really do (if you're anything like me).
Have enjoyed reading this book so far, can be read from front to back or in chunks here and there.
It challenged me to process some long held views. 'Christian' politics of the '80s always made me a bit uncomfortable and I am beginning to understand why. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Roger the Son
Fascinating challenge to Christian complacency.
I noted the following errors in the book:
On page 49 you write that the passage in Genesis 46 refers to Moses... Read more
Superb book that challenges all of our Christian complacency.
Here are some minor errors I found in the book:
On page 49 you write that the passage in Genesis... Read more
Have enjoyed reading this book so far, can be read from front to back or in chunks here and there. I especially appreciate the stories of people living out the gospel in the world... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Prescott
I found this book to be a revelation - it is a new way of looking at Jesus and his movement. Do the authors get it exactly right? Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mockingbird
This book, along with Generous Justice by Timothy Keller, should be mandatory reading for every evangelical Christian, right after the Bible.Published 11 months ago by Amanda E Ross
I bought this for my colleague. This will challenge one's view and paradigm of the Kingdom. I celebrate this work.Published 12 months ago by Kenichi Yoshida
Very hard to read the print due to the "Artsy" layout. I guess the book needed to be artsy because the message was a waste of time.Published 14 months ago by eugkie
Usually these sorts of books tend to be pale to my ears, but Claiborne does a great job articulating the historical relevance of Jesus' ministry and the counter cultural, as well... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Zachattack