Household Gods - unabridged audiobook on CD  -     By: Ted Kluck, Kristin Kluck
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christianaudio / 2014 / Compact disc

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This book will challenge young families to think biblically about their values and ideals, and in the process, reform their family at the foot of the Cross. Its personal narrative approach and practical family challenges makes for engaging reading. Unabridged Audio CD.

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Format: Compact disc
Vendor: christianaudio
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 5.44 X 6.38 X 0.56 (inches)
ISBN: 1610459369
ISBN-13: 9781610459365

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In the midst of a Christian subculture that idolizes families, an evangelical history of overcelebrating families, and a secular culture that overprograms families, one American family identifies the danger they’re in the midst of and embarks on a radical adventure. Household Gods offers an examination of the culture that spawned family idolatry and the steps we can take to flee this idolatry and escape to the Cross.

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  1. Joplin, MO
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: male
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    More Personal Experience Than Biblical Theology
    October 26, 2014
    mattparks35
    Joplin, MO
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: male
    Quality: 3
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    Meets Expectations: 2
    Ted and Kristin Kluck tackle a largely neglected issue in the Christian world: the worship of family. They do a great job drawing attention to the issue, but the title seemed a bit misleading. My initial impression was that the book would address different ways we place family first and God second, and this was the point, but much of the voice of the book seemed to be isolated soapbox rants against mega churches, book publishing, and comfortable living among other topics. The main author voice (Ted) talks mainly about his own failures as a man and nothing much else. The stories about his struggles with idolatry seem to drag on when the point he is making can be made with less words. Frankly, I grew tired of hearing about this man's idolatry, as if I didn't have enough problems in my own life. But I cannot argue that much of the information presented needs to be heard in our society today. We often don't realize what idols we place in our lives. This book is also not a biblical theology of family idolatry. It reads more like a memoir of personal experiences with family idolatry rather than a thesis building a case using biblical support, for there isn't much in the way of biblical citations. On a side note, the narrators of the audio edition do a fine job of communicating the book in an engaging way. I received this audiobook free of charge from christianaudio Reviewers Program in return for an honest review.
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