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In voice and style evocative of Donald Miller and Scot McKnight, yet with a message all his own, Rod Tucker explores how we Christians have become masters of self-deceptive and fake moral living. Just like Adam and Eve, we don't want anyone to know we are spiritually naked. But covering up around God denies us the freedom of his grace. Until we can be honest with ourselves, honest with God, and honest with others, daily grace will continue to elude us, either as gift received or as gift given. We remain trapped in our Botox spirituality until we come to grips with exactly who we are.
How do Christians, benefactors of the overwhelming grace of an immeasurably generous God, fail so miserably at showing and distributing - of all things - grace?
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2014
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