Soulsalsa: 17 Surprising Steps for Godly Living in the 21st Century by Leonard SweetSoulsalsa: 17 Surprising Steps for Godly Living in the 21st Century by Leonard Sweet

Soulsalsa: 17 Surprising Steps for Godly Living in the 21st Century

byLeonard Sweet

Paperback | April 10, 2002

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Getting a Christian worldview is all the rage these days. But how about a Christian worldlife? Got one of those? Leonard Sweet wants to show you the ins and outs of living an old-fashioned faith in these newfangled times. In his engaging, symphonic, thought-bytes style, Sweet invites you to . . . Mezuzah your inverse * Do dirt and do the dishes * Cycle to church Give history a shove * Cheer rivals from the bench * Dance the salsa SoulSalsa unpacks biblical faith in ways that can change how you live in the real world. You can be a man or woman who walks the ancient path of a disciple in the world of the future. Because the NEW future is NOW--and now is the time to practice the "17 Lifestyle Requirements for Membership in the Postmodern Body of Christ." It’s no longer enough to say "Say Amen, Somebody." It’s time to "Dance the Salsa, Everybody!"--in a culture that desperately needs to see your moves.

Leonard Sweet is an author of many books, professor (Drew University, George Fox University, Tabor College), creator of preachthestory.com, and a popular speaker throughout North America and the world. His “Napkin Scribbles” podcasts are available on leonardsweet.com    
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Title:Soulsalsa: 17 Surprising Steps for Godly Living in the 21st CenturyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9.2 × 7.5 × 0.5 inPublished:April 10, 2002Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310242800

ISBN - 13:9780310242802

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'Sweet has a knack for making concepts like 'postmodern' -- a word that has spooked many an evangelical -- sound like wonderful opportunities for New Paradigm Christianity. He uses trendy, computer-based language to convey some spiritual points (prayer is our 'uplink' to God; the entire book is a 'lifeware design package'), but his enthusiasm is so contagious that even Luddite readers may have to give technology another chance.'