The Vertical Self Paperback
How Biblical Faith Can Help Us Discover Who We Are in an Age of Self Obsession
by Mark Sayers;
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The Vertical Self
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It's time for a return to Radical Holiness.
Welcome to the 21st century where you can now purchase and exchange personalities, depending on mood and circumstance; where you are told that you can be anyone you want to be, and identity is no longer based in a sense of self but rather in the imagery you choose at that moment.
The Bible contains a radically different way of understanding our identity. The path that God has chosen for us to discover who we really are is the path of holiness. The most exciting thing is that this path is not for otherworldy saints, rather it is a path of earthy, gutsy holiness. It's a path that is not about basing your life on this world or of shunning your desires. Instead, it is about bringing your hopes, your dreams, your brokenness, your desires, your humanness under the Lordship of Christ. By doing this we dont just discover a new way of living out our faith, we discover a liberating, revolutionary, life-embracing way of being truly human.
The Vertical Self by Mark Sayers was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2010 and is our 31389th best seller. The ISBN for The Vertical Self is 9780849920004.
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The Vertical SelfBob Stoneham, via The Good Book Stall
In this Book Mark Sayers presents a contemporary view of the dominant Western culture, where Self is obsessed with celebrity and public presentation is all important. He calls this the Horizontal Self; and highlights a range of different ways it is reflected and its shallowness.
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Details for The Vertical Self
|Page last updated||16th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Mark Sayers|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (March 2010)|
|Number of Pages||197|