When I saw this book come available I was excited. I had never read anything from Driscoll, who is widely seen as controversial. And I had only listened to about 5 minutes of preaching. That being said I knew right away I wanted the book and was ready to see what it/he would offer.
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The following is my review of Red Letter Revolution by Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo. As a disclaimer let me mention this, I only finished the book because I agreed to as a clause in receiving the book, take that confession as you will.
As a disclaimer and moment of transparency, I finished this book a few months ago but struggled doing a review of it. The truth is I wasn’t sure what I thought of it, but in hopes of possibly persuading some to read the book, here’s the review.
In “God Loves Broken People” Sheila Walsh sets out to provide a landscape by which any person who has even the slightest amount of hurt and pain (brokenness), regardless the form, can see that God is not upset with them because of the pain, but he is ready and willing to use them because of [...]
Have you ever sat and wondered about the pure humanity of Jesus? He declared himself to be Son of God and Son of Man so he must contain the full human buildup, emotional structure and entire struggles that we face. In the Jesus We Missed, Patrick Henry Reardon takes his readers on a journey of [...]