The (Un)Offensive Gospel of Jesus
Who is the Jesus we're showing? What is the Story we're telling?
These honest questions sit at the heart of this punchy, provocative book. In his debut title, Jeremy seeks to drive a conversation in the Church about how we show Jesus and tell His hopeful Story. If Jesus and His Story are what people have been waiting for their whole lives, why are so many people leaving Him and avoiding His people? Jeremy helps us understand why this is happening and what Christians can do about it.
Newly revised and filled with discussion questions, the (un)offensive gospel of Jesus sketches a fresh portrait of God's magical, revolutionary Story of Rescue and the good Jesus found in the Holy Scriptures. Through his own experience in the Church, conversations with friends, and an honest look at theology and the Bible, Jeremy explores how Jesus and His gospel are good, sweet news for all the world. Most of all, he helps us understand why both are more hopeful than many of us realize.
Biblical Studies | Missions and World Christianity | Practical Theology | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Bouma, Jeremy, "The (Un)Offensive Gospel of Jesus" (2008). Alumni Book Gallery. 10.