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True Story
True Story (Large Print)
A Christianity Worth Believing In
by James Choung
Publisher InterVarsity Press
Published on: 12 May 2009
Categories Christian, Religion & Beliefs
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Our Price: UK£16.99
 

Volume(s): 1
Format Details: 16pt, Verdana
ISBN(s): 9781442965362
Editorial Reviews

  • “Brilliant…Tools like this can change the world.” —Rich Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life
  • “…The book will appeal to readers of McLaren and others for whom “vampire Christianity,” a phrase Choung’s real-life mentor Dallas Willard uses to describe a faith reduced to a bit of blood shed on one’s behalf, has become untenable.” Publishers Weekly
  • “This insightful book offers a way of presenting the good news that fully engages with today’s complex postmodern issues and questions simply by refocusing on the original message of the gospel of Jesus our Savior.” —Peter T. Cha, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, TrinityEvangelicalDivinitySchool

About the Book
Caleb has been a Christian for a long time. But he can't bring himself to share his faith with anyone because it doesn't sound like good news anymore. Christianity's claims come across as hollow, arrogant and intolerant. Worst of all, it feels like Christianity is just about ''saving souls,'' giving people an escape ticket to heaven while the world falls apart. There must be more to it than that... In this engaging narrative, James Choung weaves a tale of a search for a Christianity worth believing in. Disillusioned believer Caleb and hostile skeptic Anna wrestle with the plausibility of the Christian story in a world of pain and suffering. They ask each other tough questions about what Jesus really came to do and what Christianity is supposed to be about. And the conversion that comes is not one that either of them expects.
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