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I'm Fine with God... It's Christians I Can't Stand : Getting Past the Religious Garbage in the Search for Spiritual Truth
by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz

Overview - This candid assessment of the church will bridge the communication gap, empowering Christians to share their faith more freely and helping those who dont yet believe discover the truth about God.   Read more...

 
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Overview
This candid assessment of the church will bridge the communication gap, empowering Christians to share their faith more freely and helping those who dont yet believe discover the truth about God.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780736921978
  • ISBN-10: 0736921974
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publish Date: January 2008
  • Page Count: 183


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Christian authors Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz believe more skeptics might be willing to search for the truth if only some Christians would get out of the way. In I'm Fine With God . . . It's Christians I Can't Stand: Getting Past the Religious Garbage in the Search for Spiritual Truth, Bickel and Jantz (who are also co-authors of the Christianity 101 series) express their frustration with how Christianity has become entangled in side issues such as politics, science, "judgmentalism" and more. These issues, they argue convincingly (and with more than a touch of humor), are harmful to Christians and nonbelievers alike, and have little basis in Scripture. Just as Christ didn't hold back when confronting the hypocritical legalists, Bickel and Jantz don't hold back either. They pull no punches, excoriating everyone from proponents of the "prosperity gospel" to Christian media that tries to cover abysmal artistic efforts under a faith-friendly veneer.

Bickel and Jantz challenge believers to return to the true fundamentals of the faith—love for God, love for others and a life that mirrors the compassionate, forgiving spirit of Christ. Their book isn't likely to win friends among dogmatists. But as a call to Christians to make their actions reflect the true character of Christ, I'm Fine With God . . . is a fine book.

 
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