Not Religion but Love: Practicing a Radical Spirituality of Compassion
Wipf and Stock Publishers, 01 փտվ, 2012 թ. - 218 էջ
In his acclaimed book In his acclaimed book Christi-Anarchy, Dave Andrews explored the ugly ruins of Christian history, and outlined the radical vision of Jesus for personal and community renewal.
In Not Religion but Love he shows how that vision can become a reality. With poignant, real-life stories drawn form his Brisbane backyard, Dave Andrews gives us a practical guide to working out Jesus' agenda for love and justice in our own lives and neighborhoods.
Complete with group exercises and an ample collection of extra resources for study, Not Religion but Love is a book to read at your own risk: it might change your life.
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LibraryThing ReviewՀաճախորդի կարծիքը - Iacobus - LibraryThing
This is a book of praxis. It is not a theological work, nor is it a nuts and bolts handbook. It inspires and points the reader towards following Jesus' example of activism in the community. You don't ... Read full review
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