The Naked Gospel (Unabridged, 5 Cds)
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About "The Naked Gospel (Unabridged, 5 Cds)"
Jesus plus nothing. 100% natural. No additives. It's the truth you may never hear in church. The Naked Gospel is a chapter-by-chapter assault on the churchy jargon and double-talk of our day. It puts forth a message that is simple but lifechanging. With a fresh take on Scripture and an unapologetic style, The Naked Gospel will challenge you to reexamine everything you thought you already knew.How do you know a sailboat is maxed out in the wind? You listen for the hum. This book shows you how to open the sails of your life to the winds of truth and max out in God's Spirit. Read this book and hear the hum. - Leonard Sweet, bestselling author, So Beautiful: Divine Design for Life and the ChurchWhat a great textbook' on how to strip away all the religious fakery and take the challenge to just be a normal person while being a healthy Christian. - Steve Arterburn, founder and chairman of New Life Ministries If you're tired of wearing the I'm a super Christian' mask and are weary and discouraged on the inside, read this book and experience the freedom Jesus brings. - Mary DeMuth, author, Daisy Chain and Thin PlacesIn The Naked Gospel, Andrew Farley strips down religion and shows us the faith and freedom God intends for us to have in a fully abundant, radiant life. - Anne Jackson, author, Mad Church Disease
Meet the Authors
Andrew Farley (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) is lead pastor of Ecclesia, a growing evangelical church located on the high plains of west Texas. He was formerly a professor at University of Notre Dame. He co-hosts Real Life in Christ, a television program that airs on ABC-TV in the West Texas and New Mexico area. He is a tenured professor of Applied Linguistics at Texas Tech University, and lives in Lubbock, Texas with his wife Katharine and their son Gavin. He has authored books in linguistics and theology most recently The Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church and God without Religion: Can It Really Be This Simple?