Jonathan Fisk



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Broken: Seven Christian Rul...

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Echo: Unbroken Truth. Worth...

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Without Flesh: Why the Chur...

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“It is the thing of myth and legend and the greatest epic stories ever written. But it's not myth or legend or story, and that's why it's not even really a world religion. Christianity is just the way it is.

Whether you like it or not, one man has united the tribes, overthrown the tyrant, and established Himself as the master of the universe. Sufficient proofs have been left in the historical records to convince any critic who isn't too bigoted to read the evidence on its own merits.

Not believing it doesn't change it, and scoffing at it only proves you to be a fool. It's the most potent Word ever spoken because this Word hasn't been spoken by man alone, but by the very mouth of the Creator God.”
Jonathan Fisk, Broken: Seven Christian Rules That Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible

“Take your religion seriously. Whatever level your training may be, train it again tomorrow. Consider your spirituality more than a hobby for weekends, more than a relic of some dead people that you have to put up with on Wednesday afternoons to keep your mother off your back. It is a weapon for your singular stand in the greatest war ever waged.”
Jonathan Fisk, Echo: Unbroken Truth. Worth Repeating. Again.

“It is the cruelest torment imaginable, not only to endure all the wrong and its results that the rest of us deal with, but to do so while knowing how right you have made it to be. Jesus' suffering was, for Him, the most backward and wrong experience imaginable.”
Jonathan Fisk, Echo: Unbroken Truth. Worth Repeating. Again.



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