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Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2001
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.30 X .40 (inches)|
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Beloved Christian writer Brennan Manning has long been illuminating the transforming power of God's constant love for us in his bestselling books. Now he identifies self–hatred as the reason that so many of us seem unable to accept this incredible, unchanging love. By clearly examining and understanding Jesus' life, we can put self–hatred behind us forever and truly be transformed in the ways God intended.
Brennan Manning is the bestselling author of many books, including The Ragamuffin Gospel and Ruthless Trust. He leads spiritual retreats in the United States and Europe for people of all ages and backgrounds.
“...Scorchingly prophetic, breathtakingly transparent, and extravagantly tender. I’m glad I got to learn from him.”
“The single chapter on ‘Healing Through Meal Sharing’ was worth the price of the book.”
“[C]ompelling . . . .Manning’s book offers a radical portrait of discipleship for the modern church.”
“Manning effectively leads readers on a journey of understanding and overcoming self-hatred.”
“Manning does a good job of pointing Christians in the right direction by giving a glimpse of Jesus’ love.”
“The author’s obvious integrity, honesty and sincerity are as convincing as his arguments.”
Joshua5 Stars Out Of 5June 5, 2009JoshuaGreat book!!! Manning brings a new light to who Jesus was and the hope that we can truly have through Him. His no nonsense, blunt, straight-to-the-point writing style really paints a wonderful picture of who Jesus was and what He expects of us.