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The Core of Christianity: Rediscovering Authentic Unity and Personal Wholeness in Christ

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Addresses four tendencies that mislead Christians. The author offers biblical paths readers can follow to overcome: Legalism; Liberalism; Spiritism; and, False prophets. He helps you avoid the pitfalls of worldly teachings with a study of key verses, find balance between extremes, follow God's will, and embrace examples of Christ-centered living.


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Addresses four tendencies that mislead Christians. The author offers biblical paths readers can follow to overcome: Legalism; Liberalism; Spiritism; and, False prophets. He helps you avoid the pitfalls of worldly teachings with a study of key verses, find balance between extremes, follow God's will, and embrace examples of Christ-centered living.

36 review for The Core of Christianity: Rediscovering Authentic Unity and Personal Wholeness in Christ

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Just wow👌 A lot of great (and Biblical) information that helps guide you toward Christ-centered living.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alan Hale

    With so many "flavors" of Christianity and theology these days we often paint Christ in our image of liberal Jesus, conservative Jesus, spirit-filled Jesus, liturgical Jesus, Baptist Jesus, Church of Christ Jesus, etc. Truth is, Jesus doesn't fit our labels, and if anything, he's squarely in the middle of all our polar descriptions. The book opens with discussing, in detail, various facets of Christianity : liberal, conservative, legalistic, etc. Essentially this book is 2 volumes in one. Part O With so many "flavors" of Christianity and theology these days we often paint Christ in our image of liberal Jesus, conservative Jesus, spirit-filled Jesus, liturgical Jesus, Baptist Jesus, Church of Christ Jesus, etc. Truth is, Jesus doesn't fit our labels, and if anything, he's squarely in the middle of all our polar descriptions. The book opens with discussing, in detail, various facets of Christianity : liberal, conservative, legalistic, etc. Essentially this book is 2 volumes in one. Part One lays a foundation of modern Christianity; Part Two gets personal with our relationships with God himself. While this book starts out very dense in Part One (as in, chock full of information) it eventually gets down to business in Part Two. It took me a long time to get through the first part. The second part was easier to get through. Most of Neil Anderson's books involve personal freedom from baggage, hurts, bondage, addiction, etc. This has that but lays a lot of foundation to get to that point. This really needs to be read by those studying to be in the ministry, lay ministry leaders, and "armchair theologians." If the church, and believers, need anything these days, it's too move out of their respective trenches, and towards the middle ground. This books gives a good explanation of where we sit and how to start that journey to the center core of Christianity.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Robin Lewis

    Good basic explanation of many facets of Christianity that go misunderstood. The writing did not quite hold me though. But I would recommend it for clarification of the Word.

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    Beth Olson shultz

    This was just an average book. Did not agree with him about addiction issues.

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