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Lord, Save Us From Your Followers: Why is the Gospel of Love Dividing America?

Lord, Save Us From Your Followers: Why is the Gospel of Love Dividing America?

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Lord, Save Us From Your Followers: Why is the Gospel of Love Dividing America?

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4.5/5 (2 valutazioni)
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207 pagine
8 ore
Pubblicato:
Nov 5, 2012
ISBN:
9781418536695
Formato:
Libro

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Why is the Gospel of Love dividing America?Fed up with the angry, strident language filling the airwaves that has come to represent the Christian faith, author, director, and follower Dan Merchant set out to explore the collision of faith and culture in America. What is all this fighting really about? The book and upcoming documentary represent a two-year effort to "join the battlefield in hopes of getting a conversation started." The result is a book full of offbeat observations, fun anecdotes, comedic bits and in-depth interviews. From Dan's hilarious bumper-sticker interviews with folks on the street to his unique "Confession Booth" event inspired by his meeting with Tony, the Beat Poet, from Blue Like Jazz, he delves into all the hot button issues with candor, humor and balance.

Includes exclusive interviews with Al Franken, Rick Santorum, Tony Campolo, conservative radio host Michael Reagan, USA Today columnist Tom Krattenmaker, Pastor Rick Warren, and even Sister Mary Timothy of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence as well as many more.

Pubblicato:
Nov 5, 2012
ISBN:
9781418536695
Formato:
Libro

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    A fun and at times uncomfortable look at how Christians conduct themselves and are perceived by others. Merchant's approaches to do this includes interviews (talking with people such as Al Franken and Michale Reagan), borderline performance art (manning a reverse confession booth at a Gay pride festival and dressing with Christian and anti-Christian bumper stickers while asking people simple questions about their beliefs), and personal experiences (ministering to people in Ethiopia). The book is based on a video by the same name and I am looking forward to watching it. This book is not for everyone, but it does provide some real insights into 21st Century Christianity.