Skeptics argue that if Christians actually have access to absolute truth, then Christianity should produce a better grade of human being. Author Dave Burchett, a Christian, agrees. Christians follow the most humble Man who ever lived, Jesus Christ. Ironically, many Christians have concluded that knowing God through Jesus gives them permission to be arrogant and intolerant. To outsiders, the church often looks like an exclusive religious club. For insiders, the church frequently is a battleground where believers fight over ego-driven requirements and secondary doctrinal issues. These are things that Jesus of Nazareth preached against. Dave Burchett's family fell victim to the small-minded variety of Christianity, and in this revised and updated edition of When Bad Christians Happen to Good People, he presents a new, biblical course of action that relies on God's grace rather than manmade rules.
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