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More Jesus, Less Religion: Moving from Rules to Relationship Paperback – April 13, 2010
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Now, drawing upon an additional ten years of observation and experience, these authors go one step further, offering new insights and a positive approach to the dilemma in this long-awaited follow-up to their ground-breaking work.
Be set free from man-made rules, "churchianity," and legalistic religion.
Learn to recognize serious misinterpretations of vital biblical concepts such as "accountability."
Return to the roots of a strong, obedient, yet grace-filled relationship with your Creator.
To all who want to enter into deeper joy, fuller obedience, greater influence, and a healthier experience of God, More Jesus, Less Religion points the way back to the grace of the Lord and shows what it takes to avoid the pitfalls of toxic faith. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I wouldn't be at all surprised if this book started out as a series of sermons. Each chapter reads like a sermon given in a friendly evangelical church: inspiring, encouraging, with nothing too deep or challenging or complicated or critical. As to the intended audience, the authors mention Chuck Swindoll as though they expect readers to know who he is. In fact, the book is reminiscent of Swindoll, and fans of Swindoll should find this book right up their alley. Others may or may not find it helpful, depending on where they're coming from and where they are in their spiritual lives.
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The book was delivered with a "bad" crease in the spine damaging the book.Published 24 months ago by Mike C.
Be prepared to be challenged, particularly if you are in an old traditional "church". A great work by Arterburn. Read morePublished on July 19, 2013 by Mike
Great and easy to understand and to work the questions for the subject. Would highly recommend for reading and working the issues out.Published on July 18, 2013 by Don