The Truth About Us
What would happen if you admitted you weren’t a good person? It’s a seemingly crazy question. From priests to prisoners, nearly everyone thinks they’re morally better than average. Why change our minds? Why admit the truth about ourselves?
Blessed Are the Misfits
While American church culture (and American culture at large) seems largely designed for the extroverted, it’s estimated that half of the American population is introverted, and they’re often left wondering how, even if, they fit in the kingdom of God. As one of them, popular radio host Brant Hansen brings news. It’s wonderful, refreshing, and never-been-said-this-way-before good news.
It turns out, giving up your “right” to be offended can be one of the most freeing, healthy, simplifying, relaxing, refreshing, stress-relieving, encouraging things you can do. It’s a radical, provocative idea: We’re not entitled to get offended or stay angry. The idea of our own “righteous anger” is a myth. It is the number one problem in our societies today and, as Dallas Willard says, Christians have not been taught out of it.
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Alright, ladies get the sweatpants and chocolate ready. That’s how I want you reading this book. No excuses, really. Sweatpants will be a part of the standard uniform. Chocolate is one of the nonnegotiable dietary requirements. (Disclaimer: If you’re a man buying this book for a woman in your life, do yourself a favor and accompany it with chocolate. Thank me later.)