Countless people have found that religion can kill the joy of a relationship with God. For those trapped in "churchianity," best-selling authors Arterburn and Felton not only expose the dangers of "toxic faith," but offer proven insights to free you from man-made rules, judgment, and legalism in order to return to a grace-filled life! 224 pages, softcover from Waterbrook.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 224 Vendor: Random House, Inc Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 (inches) ISBN: 0307458822 ISBN-13: 9780307458827 Availability: In Stock
Over a decade ago, best-selling authors Stephen Arterburn and Jack Felton exposed the dangers of what they called "toxic faith," helping countless believers to discern between religion and relationship and overcome their spiritual baggage.
Drawing upon an additional ten years of observation and personal experience, Steve and Jack offer new insights in the search for lasting joy, fuller freedom, amd greater understanding, anda more honest experience of God.
Be set free from man-made rules, churchianity, Phariseeism, judgment, and legalism.
Easily recognize misconceptions of religious performance, accountability, and fear-based duty.
Return a grace-filled life with your Father and friend.
More Jesus, Less Religion points the way back to the balance of grace and reveals how to escape the pitfalls of repressive religion once and for all.
Stephen Arterburn is the founder and chairman of New Life Clinics, host of the daily New Life Live! national radio program, creator of the Women of Faith Conferences, nationally known speaker and licensed minister, and the author of more than forty books. Steve resides with his family in Laguna Beach, California.
Jack Felton is a licensed therapist and an ordained minister at New Hope Christian Counseling Center and is president and founder of Compassion Move Ministries. A frequent lecturer in the Southern California area, he has numerous local and national television and radio appearances to his credit. He and his wife, Robin, live in Huntington Beach, California.