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Birthright: Christian, Do You Know Who You Are?

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  5 reviews
David Needham asks "Christian, do you know who you are?" in this remarkable and easy-to-understand rerelease of his book about the Christian's birthright. He offers fresh insight into the theological problem of Christian identity, biblically based teaching, and a challenge for personal enrichment and further Bible study. Birthright achieves an excellent balance between the ...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published February 23rd 2011 by Multnomah Books
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John Yarbrough
I've read the book before on advice of a counselor but picked up again because I needed to clarify my identity in Christ. Complex book full of religious images and language that might be confusing to the uninitiated. Needham pushed me into Ephesians 3:17-21 for which I'm grateful.
Amazing read! Definitely recommended to Christians who are strong in their faith. This deals with some complex views that can be confusing if you're not used to Protestant vocabulary and have a Bible close at hand.
Oct 05, 2011 Melody rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Melody by: Malcolm Smith
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A book that I will refer to for study and discussion. The added notes and appendix are a great addition. A great suppliment for any discussion on transformation.
One of my favorite books. Talks about the Gospel and what it means for christians. Highly suggested. Life-transforming.
Not my favorite of the books I've been reading on identity and Exchanged life. He seems to go off on tangents that I can't connect with his points - of course, that could simply be my own lack of understanding. That said, there were several remarkable analogies and insights on Scripture that produced some "aha!" moments for me, and gave me tools with which to explain Scripture to others.
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