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Radically Real David C. Weiss

Radically Real

David C. Weiss

Published July 20th 2002
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 About the Book 

People are looking for authenticity and they are not finding it in much of the church. The basic principle behind this book goes back to the old chestnut: If being a Christian were a crime would there be enough evidence to convict you? Are weMorePeople are looking for authenticity and they are not finding it in much of the church. The basic principle behind this book goes back to the old chestnut: If being a Christian were a crime would there be enough evidence to convict you? Are we walking the talk? Are we living the example? Are we being salt and light? Would a non-believer, looking at our lives, want to have what we have? Radically Real is a wake-up call to the church. It is a call to look at the way we are living our lives. It is a call to return to biblical Christianity. Is Radically Real a set of legalistic rules? Hardly! Radically Real is more of a call for the church to clean up its act and reach out to the world. It is a call to meet people where they are, just like Jesus did! It is a call to leave judgment on the door step and be good fishers of men. Jesus helps us catch them and then He cleans them. It is a call to follow Jesus example, a reminder that God allows U-turns, a call to be a living sacrifice and count the cost as well as a reminder of the high price God paid for us out of His great love. It is a guide to the battle against the dark forces of life. It is a reminder to keep your sword sharp through serious time in the Word. It is a call to leave the middle of the road and make a stand for Christ. It is an audit to your heavenly bank account, a challenge to the church to be on fire and burn bright with the light of Jesus and, most importantly, it is a call for the church to boldly go into all the world with the message of the Gospel. Mostly, it is the book I wish I had when I first became a Christian. It is the book I wish the Christians had read who made me think thatChristianity was a cold and lifeless set of rules that I wanted no part of, rather than the vibrant, exciting fulfilling life I have found it to be.