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- Publisher: Spiritually Speaking Publishing (January 24, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 24, 2018
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- Language: English
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How Big is Your Tent?: A Call for Christian Unity, Tolerance, and Love Kindle Edition
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What's It Take to Be Welcome in Jesus's Tent?
The Bible gives us the answers, but most people miss them. And too many clergy spout manmade solutions that miss the mark.
Discover what Jesus said it takes to "go all in" for him. It's really quite easy. In fact, it's so simple that some people can't accept it. Instead of cramming faith into an exclusive box, what we need is a bigger tent. A unity tent, where we accept all Christians.
However, Jesus was a Jew. What about them? And what about other faiths that consider the Bible part of their heritage? Can we invite them into our tent?
Last are the other world religions. Where do they fit? Can our tent hold them, too? Should we make room? The answers will surprise you.
How Big is Your Tent? calls for Christian unity, tolerance, and love. And that makes for a most ambitious tent.
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Peter DeHaan, PhD, writes about biblical spirituality. He urges Christians to push past the status quo and reexamine their practices. Many people feel church let them down, and Peter seeks to encourage them as they search for a place to belong. But he's not afraid to ask tough questions or make religious people squirm. Peter earned his doctorate from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary, awarded with high distinction.
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And then I read it, and I was wrong. The idea of welcoming everyone seemed uncomfortably loose... which even now, sounds strange. But the truth is, if we're to love each other as Christ loves us, then that means welcoming everyone.
I think this would make a great Bible study or small group study book.