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Post-Rapture Radio by Russell Rathbun
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This book alternates between the profoundly challenging and the annoying and stupid in its comments and critiques of the modern evangelical church (the Contemporary Christian Culture Conspiracy). Its format (the rambling writings of a mad/prophetic pastor being sifted through by the author as editor) gives room for cleverness to break through, but not as often as it should. Too often the format in fact drags everything down around it. But passages like this do emerge: "This passage in Luke [4:14-30] is the decisive reiteration of God's purpose in the world, spoken by the incarnation of God. And it is not about you. It is about something God is doing. And God will continue doing it whether you are part of it or not. God's plan for the reorientation of the world does not depend on your personal decision."

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