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The Gospel According to Jesus

The Gospel According to Jesus A Faith that Restores All Things

By Chris Seay
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.48 Stars

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On 2/4 Anthony Stephens wrote: As the back cover states, “imagine a church where 84% of Christians are completely unfamiliar tenets of their faith, with a crippling misunderstanding of the word righteousness and, in turn, the gospel of Jesus.” In this work, Pastor Chris Seay tries to lay out a misunderstanding that he sees too ... Book Review: "The Gospel of Jesus"

Anthony's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/27 Andrew Miller wrote: On the back cover of this book there is this quote: “Imagine a church where 84% of Christians are completely unfamiliar with the essential tenets of their faith, with a crippling misunderstanding of the word righteousness and, in turn, the gospel of Jesus.” I’ve felt for quite some time now that ... The Gospel According to Jesus by Chris Seay

Andrew's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/26 Phil310 wrote: love to be challenged…to think deeper…to come to a better place of understanding. That is what The Gospel According to Jesus did for me. I know some seemed to get wrapped up in the title itself, but I found the subtitle to be more in line with where the book carried me: A Faith that Restores All ... A Faith that Restores All Things

Phil310's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/30 Josh King wrote: I have been sitting on this for a while and decided to knock it out during the holidays. Chris Seay is a planter and pastor in Houston. This is the first book I read of his but not my first encounter with Chris. Following him on twitter has lead me to believe he is living out what he believes in life ... The Gospel According to Jesus - A Short Review

Josh's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/21 Dan Williams wrote: I was able to hear Chris speak at Catalyst 2010 which further reinforced the challenging truths of this book. I would estimate this to be one of the best books I have read in 2010. The format is different that most books. Not only do you get the insights from Chris but also others sharing in a Q&A format. ... Challenge Yourself - Read This Book

Dan's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/21 churchpunk wrote: I just finished reading ‘The Gospel According To Jesus’ by Chris Seay. It was not quite what I initially expected and it had a lot of theological talk that was a little over my head, but there are some great truths in this book. I dug right into the first chapter about righteousness. Seay addressed ... The Gospel According To Jesus by Chris Seay

churchpunk's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/5 Scott Emery wrote: This book is written at the popular level by a pastor who is doing many good things for the kingdom of God. Thankfully, it is also written to challenge the current culture of popular Christian literature. Where the majority of Christian living type books fall short, Seay attempts to bolster our imagination ... The Gospel According to Jesus; A Faith that Restores All Things

Scott 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/4 David Kerr wrote: The Gospel According to Jesus, by Chris Seay, is a book that tries to simplify the Christian walk and get us past the legalism that is present in today’s church. Seay takes a simple approach to the Gospel and hopes to make THE walk more legitimate and more powerful in today’s world. Seay’s book ... The Gospel According to Jesus

David's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/1 btotherock wrote: i received this book as a part of the booksneeze blogger book review program. i didnt know much about chris seay, the author of this book, but i liked his brother robbie’s band and had heard good things about him, so i decided to give it a shot. this was a very solid book. it ... the gospel according to jesus: a book review

btotherock's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/30 ragamuffinpc wrote: In recent months, I have been saturating myself with reading focused on Jesus. When I was offered The Gospel According to Jesus in exchange for a review for Thomas Nelson and Booksneeze, I jumped at the possibility of extending my recent repertoire of the lost centrality of Jesus Christ in our gospel. ... We don't know as much as we think

ragamuffinpc's Rating:

4 Stars