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Christianity Explored

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  7 reviews
The book is logical, reasonable, humorous and true. It focuses on the authenric portrait of Jesus as painted in Mark's Gospel.
126 pages
Published (first published October 1st 2001)
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Overall, a very concise, focused, but still enjoyable introduction to the basics of Christianity.

There are a couple of things I took issue with. One was the description of our relationship with God as "intimate" and like a father-son relationship. This is a common misunderstanding (our relationship with God is less father-son, more king-servant), which comes about by taking the New Testament out of its first century AD Mediterranean context and putting it in a modern context. See this website fo
Great overview of the message proclaimed in the gospel of Mark and the revelation of who Jesus is. Rico Tice's outline of what Jesus came to Earth for and why one can have certainty through faith in Jesus' resurrection are straight to the point. With its humorous style Christianity Explored is a quick entertaining, insightful and helpful read.
Daniel Wright
Rico Tice is one of the most engaging speakers I have ever heard. Although he is not quite so engaging a writer, his informal, talkative style should be able to win over anyone to is friendliness, if not to what he is proposing. The book is a series of studies through Mark's gospel, aimed at the non-believer.
Craig Forrester
Christianity Explored is a concise, plain-English overview of what Christianity is using the gospel of Mark. Of particular interest were Rico's explanations of the differing reactions to who Jesus is. This is the question we all face: Is Jesus a liar, a lunatic, or Lord over everything -- including your life?
Matt Chapman
Essentially a slightly expanded book version of the CE video course. An excellent introduction to Christianity that would make a great gift for someone interested in exploring the gospel, whether they've attended the course or not.
Zen Cho
It was most entertaining seeing other people's reactions when they saw the title of this book. They made these faces like they'd just eaten something unpleasant but thought I might be the cook.
An easy read and a great book that explains what it means to be a Christian.
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