Scot McKnight Collection Paperback
Includes: the Blue Parakeet, the Fellowship of Differents, King Jesus Gospel, and One.Life
by Scot McKnight;
A Bird's Eye View
A bumper bundle of Scot McKnight, these four books are chock-full of his signature insights into what it is we all believe.
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Scot McKnight Collection
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Designed for churches and groups studying the most important issues in the Christian faith, this collection includes 4 of Scot McKnight's most important writings to help all of us to better understand what we believe and how we live.
- A compelling statement of how to read the Bible in a new evangelical generation, The Blue Parakeet provides an exciting "Third Way" that appeals to the millions in today's church who long to be authentic Christians, but don't consider themselves theologically conservative or liberal.
- The Christian Life is treated in One.Life. Here Scot McKnight offers a manifesto of Christian faith that beckons readers out of the rut of religious rituals to the high places of following Jesus.
- The King Jesus Gospel helps readers define and see what the gospel is: the declaration that Jesus is Messiah and Lord, declaring that the Story of Jesus completes the Story of Israel in a way that saves.
- In A Fellowship of Differents, Scot McKnight presents a case that everything we learn about the Christian life we learn from our church. Readers here will find a compelling answer to the question: what's the church supposed to be?
Scot McKnight Collection by Scot McKnight was published by Zondervan in July 2016 and is our 47252nd best seller. The ISBN for Scot McKnight Collection is 9780310531616.
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Details for Scot McKnight Collection
|Page last updated||15th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Scot McKnight|
|Publisher||Zondervan (July 2016)|
|Number of Pages||944|