Even facets of a Christlike WayFacet 1 Radical Self givingFacet 2 Radical HospitalityFacet 3 Radical Unity Facet 4 Radical RecoveryFacet 5 Radical PeacemakingForgiveness Facet 6 Radical SurrenderFacet 7 Radical CompassionJusticeFinally Jersak closes with A More Beautiful Vision Abba s I have a dream speech A More Christlike Way sets forth a vision for following Jesus that is in keeping with the kind of faith that first turned the world upside down two thousand years ago The Christlike way as Radical Self Giving Radical Hospitality Radical Unity Radical Recovery Radical Peacemaking and Forgiveness Radical Surrender Radical Compassion and JusticeSo much better than the moralism artisan amoralism factionalism and nationalism that our times has on offer Excellent book Brad gives clarity of Jesus from scripture and His Aztlan purpose and now oururpose in living out life with a foundation of Love in reflecting. S Christ Jersak lays out how Jesus Christ of Nazareth in his fully human nature forged the ath for a new and true humanity We’ll call it the Jesus Way The author critiues four common counterfeits to the Jesus Way 1 Moralism When Morality Becomes Heresy 2 Partisan Amoralism When Politics Trump Morality 3 Retributive Factionalism Are You on the Spectrum 4 Nationalism Civil Religion He then describes seven facets of a Christlike Way Facet 1 – Radical Self
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Do not let the religious theme stop you from reading this book I am not religious and really don t know much about religion However I am constantly trying to be a better erson This book helped me to clearly see my faults and understand them so that I can work on fixing them GoodreadsGiveaways In this seuel to A More Christlike God Brad Jersak an award winning author accomplished theologian grounded in Scripture and Patristics writes from decades of Paris Encore (Zion Covenant, pastoral experience A More Christlike Way is a book about Jesus Christ Jersak lays out how Jesus Christ of Nazareth in his fully human nature forged theath for a new and true humanity We ll call it the Jesus WayThe author critiues four common counterfeits to the Jesus Way1 Moralism When Morality Becomes Heresy2 Partisan Amoralism When Politics Trump Morality3 Retributive Factionalism Are You on the Spectrum 4 Nationalism Civil ReligionHe then describes Christianity’s infamy is that our way and our faith have not been very Christlike A More Christlike Way is a book for our time where so much of what is called Christianity has been hijacked to serve agendas that are decidedly un Christlike In this seuel to A More Christlike God Brad Jersak an award winning author accomplished theologian grounded in Scripture and Patristics writes from decades of astoral experience A More Christlike Way is a book about Jesu.
Our Lord through out are lives Jersak has a casual conversational tone in his writing It s a disarming rhetorical device it allows those who wouldn t normally read books in this genre to understand him and it disarms those who would be redisposed to disagree with him In one sense it s nice to read a book on orthopraxy that decidedly isn t systematic in its instruction Life isn t lived in such organized ways But Jersak replaces the conceptual with the Battered Not Broken personal delving deeper into his own story to draw from his own experience But there is no bait and switch Instead ofrescribing the Jesus Way in absolutes he makes the matter a confessional of how he tries and sometimes fails to live out the message Jesus teachesThis book is at once less theological but What Ive Become (The Humanity Within Book 1) perhaps immediately helpful than itsredecessor A More Christlike God A book like this could do serious heavy lifting for communities and new converts. Iving Facet 2 – Radical Hospitality Facet 3 – Radical Unity Facet 4 – Radical Recovery Facet 5 – Radical PeacemakingForgiveness Facet 6 – Radical Surrender Facet 7 – Radical CompassionJustice Finally Jersak closes with “A More Beautiful Vision Abba’s ‘I have a dream speech’” A More Christlike Way sets forth a vision for following Jesus that is in keeping with the kind of faith that first turned the world upside down two thousand years ag.