Losing Your Religion, DVD   -     By: Andy Stanley
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Losing Your Religion, DVD

North Point Resources / 2012 / DVD

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What religion is powerless to do, GOD did!

Face it. Religion can get pretty strange pretty quickly. Mystical. Superstitious. Legalistic. Judgmental. Hypocritical.

But religion isn't going away. The human race has an insatiable curiosity regarding the divine. Since the beginning of time, men and women have established elaborate rituals and traditions in an attempt to bridge the gap between the seen and the unseen; between the sacred and the secular.

And while each of these systems provided formulas for communicating with and securing the blessings of a particular deity, none provided the one thing humankind most desires—assurance. But with the birth of Christianity, all of that changed.

In this 4-part message series, Andy Stanley explains how the message of Christ serves as the fulfillment of religion.

  • Part One: "Reflections of a Zealot"
  • Part Two: "Just In Case"
  • Part Three: "The Eight Commandment"
  • Part Four: "Unfair and Uncomfortable"
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Format: DVD
Vendor: North Point Resources
Publication Date: 2012
UPC: 713757745710
Availability: In Stock

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