Jesus For President Paperback
Matching Earthly Allegiance with Heavenly Ideals from Shane Claiborne
by Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw;
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Jesus For President
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is a radical manifesto to awaken the Christian political imagination, reminding us that our ultimate hope lies not in partisan political options but in Jesus and the incarnation of the peculiar politic of the church as a people set apart from this world.
In what can be termed lyrical theology, Jesus for President poetically weaves together words and images to sing (rather than dictate) its message. It is a collaboration of Shane Claibornes writing and stories, Chris Haws reflections and research, and art and design.
Drawing upon the work of biblical theologians, the lessons of church history, and the examples of modern-day saints and ordinary radicals, Jesus for President stirs the imagination of what the Church could look like if it placed its faith in Jesus instead of Caesar.
A fresh look at Christianity and empire, Jesus for President transcends questions of Should I vote or not? and Which candidate? by thinking creatively about the fundamental issues of faith and allegiance. Its written for those who seek to follow Jesus, rediscover the spirit of the early church, and incarnate the kingdom of God.
Jesus For President by Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw was published by Zondervan in February 2008 and is our 14232nd best seller. The ISBN for Jesus For President is 9780310278429.
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I was looking forward to looking to your video preview so I could at least make a considered opinion.
But then it came up PRIVATE. Sorry but i really think you are reading the wrong gospels!!!!
Details for Jesus For President
|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw|
|Publisher||Zondervan (February 2008)|
|Number of Pages||368|