10 Things Jesus Never Said Paperback
and Why You Should Stop Believing Them
by Will Davis;
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10 Things Jesus Never Said
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10 Things Jesus Never Said by Will Davis was published by Baker in August 2011 and is our 11367th best seller. The ISBN for 10 Things Jesus Never Said is 9780800720018.
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10 Things Jesus Never SaidMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
At it’s heart this is a book about radical grace, you know the kind of grace that forgives us regardless of any wrongs we may have done and not only forgives us, but forgives us unconditionally – the kind of faith and forgiveness that, as this book so adequately points out, is only paid lip service to in most churches and most believers lives and yet is a foundational measure if we take Matthew 11:28 to heart and believe what it says.
This is a really well written book, heartrendingly serious and yet wonderfully lighthearted and above all an honest book that weaves together difficult questions and idea’s with real life experiences and understanding and a solid dose of biblical exegesis to glue it together.
I’d recommend it for anyone, yes really, anyone - and certainly for those who feel that touch of guilt and unworthiness, definitely for those that think they get to call others out, and for all church groups to use as a study guide – each chapter has some great small group discussion questions – it could really make a difference to how we see, act and react.
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|Author / Artist||Will Davis|
|Publisher||Baker (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||18th October 2017|