Truth Over Tribe
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Truth Over Tribe  -     By: Patrick Miller, Keith Simon

Truth Over Tribe

David C Cook / 2022 / Paperback

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As culture warriors divide the world into us and them—fracturing families, friendships, and churches—most of us long for an end to the constant fighting. But does a practical path exist?
Jesus lived in a culture split by tribalism, but he resisted its allure by choosing something bigger: truth. He’s now inviting you to apply his ancient path to the modern culture war. In Truth Over Tribe, you will learn:

  • How tribalism makes your life miserable
  • How to lovingly resist when a tribe demands your allegiance
  • How to heal relationships fractured by tribalism
  • How to unite diverse communities

How would your community change if you became a catalyst for Christlike unity? Rejecting tribalism is the first step.

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Title: Truth Over Tribe
By: Patrick Miller, Keith Simon
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: David C Cook
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0830784780
ISBN-13: 9780830784783
Stock No: WW784781

Author Bio

Patrick Keith Miller graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary and oversees digital ministries at The Crossing. He has written for The Gospel Coalition and Christianity Today, offers cultural commentary on the podcast Truth Over Tribe, and teaches on Ten Minute Bible Talks. He is married to Emily, and they have two kids.

Keith Simon graduated from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and coplanted The Crossing, where he is the colead teaching pastor. He interviews leading Christian thinkers on Truth Over Tribe and teaches on Ten Minute Bible Talks. Keith is married to Christine, and they have four children.

 

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"In Truth Over Tribe, Patrick Miller and Keith Simon address polarization, the most important issue in American society, head on. But beyond just diagnosing the problem, Patrick and Keith go a step further—providing biblically based advice on how to navigate being a responsible and engaged citizen in the years to come."
 
-- Ryan Burge, author of The Nones

"I don’t know if one good and timely book can compete against the algorithms that generate billions in profits by wrecking our society. But I’m praying that Patrick Miller and Keith Simon succeed, for the sake of our churches, for the sake of our children, for the sake of our own spiritual health. Revival looks like Christians waking up to the ways political parties and their allied media seek to co-opt and corrupt our faith."
 
-- Collin Hansen, The Gospel Coalition, host of Gospelbound podcast

"Patrick and Keith focus on critical topics that need to be discovered, debated, and understood in today’s Evangelical movement. In Truth Over Tribe, it is wonderful to see their substantial research and hear their balanced reflection."
 
-- Mike Cosper, creator of The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast

"As a gay atheist kid who fell in love with Jesus during a raging culture war between ’the gays’ and ’the Christians,’ I know what it’s like to live in the no man’s land between two warring tribes. Now decades later, when news and social media sell moral outrage and self-righteousness as a business model, Patrick Miller and Keith Simon offer this gift to the church. It’s a beautiful call to realign our tribal loyalties to Jesus, a king whose business model is founded upon his own radical grace to sinners like us."
 
-- Greg Johnson, PhD, lead pastor, author of Still Time to Care

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