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The King Jesus Gospel - Relevant's Top 10 of 2011

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The King Jesus Gospel, by Scot McKnight, made number six on Relevant Magazine’s Top Ten Books of 2011 list! Don't forget, you can still find The King Jesus Gospel and many other Zondervan books from 50%-80% off at the Load Your eReader Sale.

"Among the reigning gods of modern Western culture are the twins efficiency and reduction. And Christianity has not escaped the imperial sway of these powers. There are a multitude of ways in which the Gospel itself has been reduced: four spiritual laws, get-out-of-hell-free pass, etc. For those who have been wearied by these oversimplified accounts of the good news, comes Scot McKnight’s excellent book, The King Jesus Gospel, which tackles the question of what the Gospel really is. Arguing that the Gospel is rooted in the full biblical story of Jesus and that the focus should be on making disciples, not getting decisions, McKnight offers hope of a deeper, richer Gospel that might actually be good news for a broken world."

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