Saving Jesus from the Church: How to Stop Worshiping Christ and Start Following Jesus

Paperback | March 9, 2010

byRobin R. Meyers

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From One of America's Leading Pastors, a Bold Call to Restore Christianity's True Mission: Following Jesus

The marriage of bad theology and hypocritical behavior by the church has eroded our spiritual lives. Taking the best of biblical scholarship, Meyers recasts core Christian concepts in an effort to save Christianity from its obsession with personal salvation. Not a plea to try something brand new, but rather the recovery of something very old, Saving Jesus from the Church shows us what it means to follow Jesus's teachings today.

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From One of America's Leading Pastors, a Bold Call to Restore Christianity's True Mission: Following JesusThe marriage of bad theology and hypocritical behavior by the church has eroded our spiritual lives. Taking the best of biblical scholarship, Meyers recasts core Christian concepts in an effort to save Christianity from its obsessi...

For over twenty years, Robin Meyers has been pastor of Mayflower Congregational, an "unapologetically Christian, unapologetically liberal" church. He is a professor in the philosophy department at Oklahoma City University, a syndicated columnist, and an award-winning commentator for National Public Radio. Meyers has appeared onDateline...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:March 9, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061568228

ISBN - 13:9780061568220

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“A perceptive book . . . Not many authors can present such progressive ideas and still come across as reasonable and loving. Meyers masters such a task.”