“We live in a fractured and divided world. Nationalism and political extremism are rife in the church, scandals involving well-known Christian leaders are on the rise, and ideologies and idolatries abound. Badge and brand are espoused more than servanthood and sacrificial love. … Frost and Hirsch get to the root of these issues, exposing the many ways we have formed Jesus in our own image and co-opted him for our own agendas. ReJesus is a clarion call to recenter our lives on Christ so that we might become a people who look, act, think, and sound like Jesus. Now more than ever, our world needs a church remade in our Founder's image.”
The book was originally written in 2008 and revised this year. The authors are Michael Frost (writer of Surprise the World: The Five Habits of Highly Missional People and Keep Christianity Weird) and Alan Hirsch (author of The Shaping of Things to Come and The Forgotten Ways). Both Frost and Hirsch are two of the top missiologists in the world today.
This jointly-shared book club between the dioceses of Fredericton and Nova Scotia/PEI will be hosted on Zoom, Mondays from 7-8:30PM Atlantic, running April 25, May 2, May 9 and May 16.
No charge to join. Purchase of the book is required.
Publisher : 100 Movements Publishing (Feb. 17 2022)
ISBN-10 : 1955142130
ISBN-13 : 978-1955142137
Register by emailing Shawn Branch.