Velvet Elvis Paperback
Repainting the Christian Faith
by Rob Bell;
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“We have to test everything. Do that to this book. Don't swallow it uncritically. Think about it. Wrestle with it. Just because I'm a Christian and I'm trying to articulate a Christian worldview doesn't mean I've got it nailed. I'm contributing to the discussion. God has spoken, and the rest is commentary, right?” – Rob Bell, taken from Velvet Elvis.
‘Velvet Elvis’ launched Rob Bell into the line-light of Christian media. His chatty writing style and clever use of storytelling captured a young audience and made them think, discover and dream the gospel all over again.
Connecting powerful metaphors and clever sound-bites, this book inspired our Christian communities to repaint the Christian faith for themselves. Now, perhaps even more relevant than before, it has the potential to the same to a new audience.
After Rob Bell’s controversial book 'Love Wins', he has stepped down from leading Mars Hill Church to focus more on touring, writing and speaking. He seeks to communicate to bigger, broader audiences than ever before. Other best-selling Rob Bell titles include 'Sex God', 'Velvet Elvis' and 'Jesus Wants to Save Christians'.
Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell was published by HarperCollins in August 2012 and is our 15636th best seller. The ISBN for Velvet Elvis is 9780007487837.
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|Page last updated||12th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Rob Bell|
|Publisher||HarperCollins (August 2012)|
|Number of Pages||208|