Translated into six languages and winner of the National Religious Book Award! "It's a charismatic treatise on the radical understanding of the life of Jesus. So it's about politics, fasting, oppression, rich and poor, love and hate, the high and the low, and what is failure and what is success,"---Reconciliation Quarterly. 320 pages, softcover. Herald.
Completely revised in 2003, The Upside-Down Kingdom continues to change people's lives. In it, Donald B. Kraybill shows how the kingdom of God announced by Jesus appeared upside-down in first-century Palestine. Jesus wins by serving and triumphs by losing. Today, God's way still looks upside-down as it breaks into diverse cultures around the world. Translated into six languages, and with 100,000 sold, this book continues to call many to radical discipleship.