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Broken: Seven “Christian” Rules Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible

August 22nd, 2012
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Have you ever watched that wacky pastor’s YouTube channel called WorldView Everlasting? You have? Then you are totally going to love this new book.

I’m talking about Pastor Jonathan Fisk. Here’s a picture of him and his new forthcoming book, screen capture from one of his latest videos:

You haven’t? Well, you should, because you are totally going to love this new book. Coming out this November, maybe earlier.

Real Answers
Real Religion
Real Holy SpiritualityThere are only two kinds of spirituality in the world. One is false, and one is true. One is the manifestation of the old evil foe who has sent many false spiritualties out into the world, and the other is the holy spirituality found only in faith in the one true God. One is a lie, and one is real.But which is which?There is a cultural perfect storm shredding the spiritual landscape of the United States. It travels on the wind of a growing ignorance of both history and the Bible. Christians are losing faith because the kind of Christianity they are trying to believe isBROKEN

This book examines seven of the most common spiritual traditions and how they use speculation, mysticism, and moralism to break Christianity. Author Jonathan Fisk calls them the seven “counterfeit Christian rules that every Christian ought to break as often as possible,” because they are seven myths that have infiltrated the churches in our age, seven teachings taught as if they were doctrine, but which are nothing more than the traditions of men.

The dark secret of Christianity in America is that we are losing.
We hide it with light shows, Christian dance and music, and video games,
but it’s true. And it’s not new.

The house has grown too dirty. Fisk is going to sweep it clean. All of it: the dusty corners where spores of speculation lay, the air filled with the mustiness of mysticism, the grout where the mold of moralism has grown thick over our clean confidence in Christ. Once the grime has been scrubbed away, Fisk shows how, under the cross of Jesus, you will find that your mind, heart, and hands, your reason, emotions, and sense of mercy, are the very things that our Lord has redeemed. In the resurrection of Jesus, in His fulfillment of the Law, in the essence of His Gospel, in the pure Word of God, you will find the truth.

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  1. Bryan
    August 23rd, 2012 at 07:12 | #1

    Will there be a Kindle, or e-pub version of this?

  2. Bryan
    August 23rd, 2012 at 14:19 | #3

    You guys rock!

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