Saturday, February 19, 2011

Humanitarian Jesus by Christian Buckley & Ryan Dobson

Some unique perspectives at how Jesus address both the needs of people and His desire to help them refocus their lives.  What I found interesting is the authors' take on why Jesus healed and why he fed the hungry.

Once again, David Mays in his "Book Notes" has given us an excellent introduction and summary of the subject book. IF YOU have struggled between "doing good" and "sharing the message of Jesus Christ" -- this summary and of course the book its from will help you immensely. And it all makes so much sense. Take a look and pass it on.

Humanitarian Jesus by Christian Buckley & Ryan Dobson


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