The Politically Incorrect Jesus Paperback
Living Boldly in a Culture of Unbelief
by Joe Battaglia;
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Intelligent and common sense approach to how faith can stand up to the pressures of a politically correct culture
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The Politically Incorrect Jesus
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Jesus was inclusive when He welcomed all the weary and burdened to come to Him and experience the love of His Father. But He was not open-minded when it came to the truth. He stated that He was the truth. And this flies in the face of current politically correct thought.
Simply, much of what Jesus taught and stood for clearly clashes with politically correct thinking, which often asks Christ's followers to commit intellectual suicide by pretending that what they believe is not real or true. At times, the church itself has its own version of politically correct thinking which needs to be addressed as well.
In this book, author Joe Battaglia will look at the issues and ideology in the current cultural climate that clash with the teachings of Jesus. He'll awaken people from their spiritual slumber to question the intellectual and spiritual inconsistency of political correctness inside and outside the church.
The Politically Incorrect Jesus by Joe Battaglia was published by Broadstreet Publishing (Treasures Medis Inc) in March 2014 and is our 59349th best seller. The ISBN for The Politically Incorrect Jesus is 9781424549818.
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|Author / Artist||Joe Battaglia|
|Publisher||Broadstreet Publishing (Treasures Medis Inc) (March 2014)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||14th October 2017|