Accidental Pharisees Paperback

Avoiding Pride, Exclusivity, and the Other Dangers of High-Committment Christianity

by Larry Osborne;

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Accidental Pharisees

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Zealous faith can have a dangerous, dark side. While recent calls for radical Christians have challenged many to be more passionate about their faith, the down side can be a budding arrogance and self-righteousness that “accidentally” sneaks into our outlook.

In Accidental Pharisees, bestselling author Larry Osborne diagnoses nine of the most common traps that can ensnare Christians on the road to a deeper life of faith. Rejecting attempts to turn the call to follow Christ into a new form of legalism, he shows readers how to avoid the temptations of pride, exclusivity, legalism, and hypocrisy,

Larry reminds us that attempts to fan the flames of full-on discipleship and call people to Christlikeness should be rooted in love and humility. Christians stirred by calls to radical discipleship, but unsure how to respond, will be challenged and encouraged to develop a truly Christlike zeal for God.

Accidental Pharisees by Larry Osborne was published by Zondervan in October 2012 and is our 47699th best seller. The ISBN for Accidental Pharisees is 9780310494447.

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Page last updated 12th September 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherZondervan (October 2012)
Number of Pages208
Thickness15 mm
Height206 mm
Width132 mm
Product Code4033646
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