Keep Christianity Weird, Book Review

Keep Christianity Weird by Michael Frost 

Many Christians have become comfortable letting the world mold them instead of being set apart by God. And many churches have traded in their biblical roots for complacent conventionality. But Jesus and the church are anything but conventional. The hallmark of our faith is that it sees the world differently than the world sees itself.

We are called to be eccentric—off center, unique, different; not conformed to the patterns of the world but transformed by the renewing of our minds. By the grace of God we are not only dissatisfied by sin but increasingly uncompelled by conventionality.

So resist the allure of acceptability. Get back to the unsafe roots of our faith. Be equipped to surprise the world with the Good News it didn’t even know it was waiting for. Challenge the way things are by living a life that has been truly set free by Christ.  

My Thoughts: I have to start by saying that while I was sent this book to review that doesn't effect my review in any way. There are a lot of religious books around but Keep Christianity weird caught my eye right away, and I'm glad I got the chance to look at it. It's refreshing to see people embracing what's different instead of just going what's mainstream and a great look at that. Well worth reading, especially if you're looking for a different perspective on Christianity. 

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