Book Review: ReJesus Chapter Two

You can find a review of the intro here and chapter one here.  Some thoughts from chapter two:  The focus on chapter two is the need to ReJesus the individual as disciples of Jesus. The authors argue that the life of the disciple should directly be influenced by our Christology, and our Christology then directly influences our missiology, which then determines our ecclesiology. Basically our […]

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Book Review: ReJesus Chapter 1

Before I review chapter one of ReJesus, I wanted to share some thoughts that Jonathan had here and here. Also, here is a link to an interview by Alan Hirsch via Ed Stetzer.  Quotes from chapter one:  “By dying for us to set us free from the penalty of our sinfulness, he doesn’t nullify the call to good […]

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Thoughts On ReJesus

I’ve decided to do a chapter by chapter review on ReJesus: A Wild Messiah for a Missional Church. Missional is all the rage these days. But I’m worried we may water-down the importance and meaning of missional. No I don’t think we need to have a post-missional discussion yet. I think we need to do […]

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Book Review: Chronological Study Bible

I’ve recently received The Chronological Study Bible from Thomas Nelson. Needless to say I did not read the entire text. I spent a few weeks doing my morning devotions from this Bible. Because of that I feel like I have a good feel for what the publishers were trying to accomplish. First of all let me say […]

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Book Review: The Truth About You

  Marcus Buckingham is one of my favorite authors. Not that long ago Marcus brought to the forefront the need to make sure we are focused on our strengths. It’s been really helpful for many people. So when I had the opportunity to review his latest work I was excited.  The Truth About You is not […]

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