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3 2 1: The Story of God, the World and You Paperback – December 12, 2014
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Here s a book that feels like a nice cuppa round a friend s house. Glen Scrivener shows us beautiful good news with compelling warmth and clarity, ably defuses objections to Christianity, and lays out a warm welcome to Jesus Christ. I am so pleased to see this made available. --Michael Reeves
Profoundly beckoning, Glen Scrivener, calls his reader home to the relationship at the heart of the universe three persons united in love and mounts a robust defence of the wisdom of following Christ, that will both challenge and compel sceptics. Welcome to the family. --Rico Tice
321 is a great introduction to the Christian faith. It goes to the heart of who God is and how we can know him. And it does this in an accessible and engaging way. I warmly encourage you to accept Glen s invitation to look at Christianity from the inside. --Tim Chester
About the Author
Glen Scrivener is an evangelist and director of ministry at Revival Media
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*Today more people will follow Jesus than at any prior moment in history. Tomorrow will break the record again. As will the next day. From Burma to Brazil and from Britain to Botswana, the world remains captivated by Jesus.
*I’m borrowing that phrase – ‘the Jesus-God’ – from an Iranian woman I met a couple of years ago….After years of study she made this conclusion, “God cannot be the God of the Ayatollahs. He must be ‘the Jesus-God’.” She had it just right….Which god is always the question.
*He’s joining us in our failure, so we can join him in his family.
*Friedrich Neitzsche was an atheist who famously proclaimed that “God is dead.” Yet at one point he speaks of the God he might be prepared to consider, “I would only believe in a god who could dance.”…. For nearly two thousand years Christians have spoken of the “round dance” of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Here is a God who not only can dance, he is a united movement of love.
* “You can choose your friends but you sho’ can’t choose your family…”--Harper Lee
*In the six weeks following Jesus’ resurrection, he appeared to hundreds of people giving them foretastes of the future. Every appearance showed us a snapshot of the life he offers beyond death. There were joy-filled reunions, peace and awe, plenty of meals, fascinating conversations. There were country walks, fishing with friends, barbecues on the beach and Jesus at the center of it all. That’s the life, isn’t it? That’s eternal life, according to Jesus.
The structure of the book is to explain the heart of the gospel in three fairly long but engaging chapters (the 3 of the trinity; the 2 representatives – Jesus vs Adam; the 1 of unity with Christ), and the second half of the book is common apologetics questions, which are answered succinctly but briefly (suffering, sexuality, Bible etc).
Glen Scrivener’s winsome and jovial style is so readable, and his apologetics razor-sharp. This book stands out as an enthusiastic, intellectually rigorous, thoughtfully-illustrated portrayal of the gospel.
I found myself underlining lots of soundbites and fresh, striking illustrations. It reminded me of the best kind of evangelistic book I read as a student, and would be ideal for the twenties-thirties age group.