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(Book review) The Apostles’ Creed: Discovering Authentic Christianity in an Age of Counterfeits

The church has forgotten its roots. The Apostles’ Creed has shaped the doctrine of the church for more than two thousand years. With prosperity gospel and pluralistic views attempting to dominant the cultural outlook of Western Christianity, the author seeks to show how each stanza of the creed has an unshakeable impact on one’s faith.

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God’s Biker: Motorcycles and Misfits

Overall, this is the best kind of challenging Christian book. It pushes readers to face their preconceptions and hunger for a countercultural but deeper way to live for God.

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Insurgence: Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom

With Insurgence, Viola calls Christians to make their faith about Christ, first and above all. If Christians are to obey Christ, be like Christ, and show Christ’s love to others, they must first love and rejoice in Christ. From there, the insurgence, the kingdom of God, can come forth.

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The Ministry of Ordinary Places: Waking Up to God’s Goodness Around You

In The Ministry of Ordinary Places, Martin shares snapshots of her life—the hilarious, the frightening, and the deeply touching. Her stories of close encounters with our suffering Christian neighbors are certainly a wake-up call.

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