Jesus Unchained (Hardback)
Author Robert Glenn Johnson
Provocative and inspiring, Jesus Unchained challenges the ways we have twisted Jesus to fit our agendas. Who he really is can set us free.
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- Weight: 0.2375 lbs
- Length: 6"
- Width: 1"
- Height: 9"
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Jesus Unchained is unique and provocative. It made me reconsider what I thought I knew.
Jesus Unchained is a transformational offering.
Robert Johnson helps us break the chains of our false images of Jesus that we might see Jesus for who he is. I highly recommend this book!
A scripturally sound, trustworthy guide in following the One who breaks the chains with which we all have been shackled.
This book will truly help to break the chains of bad religion, faulty theology, inaccurate history, and cultural perceptions! Just read the book!
As a layman, I hadn’t really thought how I’ve ‘chained Jesus’ by my background, experience, and culture. It was exciting to realize I could ‘Unchain Jesus’ and unchain parts of my life.
Cutting through the mistakes we make about Jesus, Robert Johnson challenges us to see Jesus as the Bibles sees him. The Church often gets it wrong, and he wants us to unchain Jesus and follow him so that we Christians can become full participants in the Kingdom of God. It’s a book worth reading.
Jesus Unchained is a book about Jesus – as a man and as God, in his culture and context – that challenges us to stop making an idol out of Jesus and gives us a fuller picture of who he really is. As we learn from different perspectives and communities while reflecting on our own, Jesus Unchained will point us back to the true Jesus and inspire a faith that transcends politics, religion, and even our deepest questions about God.
This book is for those on the margins, who want to know if Jesus really offers good news for them. It’s for those asking deep questions about faith or having their faith challenged by life. It’s for the people trying to navigate the political and cultural moment we’re living in and wondering if Jesus can still unite us. It’s for anyone trying to find hope in the chaos, freedom from broken systems, and a new way of bringing love and justice into the world.