Matt Miles's Reviews > Divine Commodity: Discovering a Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity

Divine Commodity by Skye Jethani
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Jul 30, 11

The author gets a little dramatic in the epilogue, but this is well-researched, compelling reading for anyone struggling with institutional church. He writes it on a personal level-how the gospel of Christ relates to the individual-rather than inspiring grandiose measures. He focuses on the fact that more than another Christian product, we need actual people crazy enough to deny self and obey Christ. For that reason I can safely recommend it to anyone.

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