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Title Confessions of a secular Jesus follower : finding answers in Jesus for those who don't believe / Tom Krattenmaker.
Author Krattenmaker, Tom, 1960-
Publication New York : Convergent, [2016]
Copyright date ©2016
Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource
text file
Call # eBOOK
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Bad company -- Killer instinct -- Sexploitation -- High anxiety -- Saved from what? -- Secular in the city -- Incarceration nation -- The invisible and forgotten -- Real victory -- Found in translation -- Jesus and humans at Yale.
Summary "An award-winning USA Today columnist makes the case for how a Jesus freed from religion and politics meets the need for meaning and purpose in secular America, "--Amazon.com.
What gives a life meaning? What constitutes a life well led? Krattenmaker believes inspiration might best be found in the figure of Jesus-- not only as a good example and teacher, but Jesus as the primary guide for one's life. He shows that in Jesus, nonreligious people like himself can find unique and compelling wisdom on how to honor the humanity in ourselves and others, how to build more peaceful lives, how generosity can help people and communities create more abundance, how to break free from self-defeating behaviors, and how to tip the scales toward justice.
Note Print version record.
Subject Jesus Christ -- Appreciation.
Jesus Christ -- Ethics.
Jesus Christ -- Example.
Jesus Christ -- Rationalistic interpretations.
Agnosticism.
Secularism.
Spiritual life.
RELIGION / Christian Theology / Christology.
Genre Electronic books.
Addl. Author OverDrive, Inc.
Related To Print version: Krattenmaker, Tom, 1960- Confessions of a secular Jesus follower. First edition. New York : Convergent, [2016] 9781101906422 (DLC) 2017287017 (OCoLC)959225023
ISBN 9781101906439 (electronic bk.)
110190643X (electronic bk.)

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