Jesus Wants to Save Christians Paperback
A Manifesto for the Church in Exile
by Don Golden; Rob Bell;
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Jesus Wants to Save Christians
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"A church is not an organization that surveys it's demographic to find out what the market is demanding at this particular moment and then adjusts its strategy to meet that consumer niche." - Rob Bells, taken from Jesus Wants To Save Christians.
Rob's message is like a cool summer's breeze against the prevailing mass marketed hurricanes of the mega church. Highly political and refreshingly honest, this book tells the truth about money - it dehumanises the rich and enslaves the poor.
Making the powerful parallel between Western culture and the Egyptian rule over the Israelites, Rob guides us through Exodus themes found in scripture with his usual conversational style and punchy sentence structure. This book holds an ever growing important message for today's twenty-something's.
After Rob Bell's controversial book 'Love Wins', he has stepped down from leading Mars Hill Church to focus more on touring, writing and speaking. He seeks to communicate to bigger, broader audiences than ever before. Other best-selling Rob Bell titles include 'Sex God', 'Velvet Elvis' and 'Jesus Wants to Save Christians'.
Jesus Wants to Save Christians by Don Golden; Rob Bell was published by Collins in August 2012 and is our 20340th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Wants to Save Christians is 9780007487875.
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|Page last updated||10th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Don Golden; Rob Bell|
|Publisher||Collins (August 2012)|
|Number of Pages||240|