100% Christianity Paperback
How The Gospel Changes Everything
by Jago Wynne;
A Bird's Eye View
Challenge apathetic faith and grasp hold of an intellectual, passionate, and devoted Christian life with this rousing book
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100% Christianity helps us all to face these challenges. It shows how we can become clear and confident about the gospel, grow in passion for Christ, and know God's empowering in living for him in all of life.
This book speaks to our minds, hearts and wills. If you want help in living an intellectually rigorous, wholeheartedly passionate, and completely devoted life for Jesus, then this is the book for you.
100% Christianity by Jago Wynne was published by IVP in July 2014 and is our 10993rd best seller. The ISBN for 100% Christianity is 9781783591190.
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"The greatest challenge is this: as Jago reminds us, God has given us 100 %, and now God asks us for 100 % of our lives. This book hits the ball into our court: what we do with God's glorious grace and the message of the cross is the big question each of us must answer." - Malcolm Duncan, Founder and Director of Church and Community and lead pastor of Gold Hill Baptist Church.
"I'm delighted to commend this book by Jago Wynne for two reasons. Firstly, it makes the letter to the Romans acceptable, when so often people find it is not. And secondly, it shows why we need the whole letter to live biblically-balanced lives. I think it's a huge help to Christians and non-Christians alike in terms of commentating on what the Christian life is really like." - Rico Tice, Associate Minister at All Souls Church and co-author of Christianity Explored
Details for 100% Christianity
|Page last updated||24th January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jago Wynne|
|Publisher||IVP (July 2014)|
|Number of Pages||192|