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More Jesus, Less Religion: Moving from Rules…

More Jesus, Less Religion: Moving from Rules to Relationship

by Stephen Arterburn

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NCLA Review - The authors focus on the need for Christians to promote what they call a “healthy faith.” This, they describe as one that is not concerned with maintaining the facade of being seen as a “good Christian,” but rather one that follows the teachings of Jesus and the messages of the Bible. Wearing one’s religion on one’s sleeve is far from the core of Christ’s teaching. The book urges a pursuit of other-focused living (loving and serving others) as a hallmark of authentic faith. Simplistic? Perhaps, but the message is valuable to those who have lost the meaning of Christianity in a maze of legalisms. Rating: 3 —GD ( )
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"Find the freedom of authentic faith. Over a decade ago, best-selling authors Stephen Arterburn and Jack Felton exposed the dangers of what they called 'toxic faith,' helping countless believers to discern between religion and relationship and overcome their spiritual baggage. Drawing upon an additional ten years of observation and personal experience, Steve and Jack offer new insights in the search for lasting joy, fuller freedom, greater understanding, a more honest experience of God...Be set free from man-made rules, churchianity, Phariseeism, judgment and legalism ; Easily recognize misconceptions of religious performance, accountability, and fear-based duty ; Return to a grace-filled life with your Father and friend..."--p.[4] of cover.… (more)

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