The Bravehearted Gospel: A Life Consumed with the Power of Christ

The Bravehearted Gospel A Life Consumed with the Power of Christ Eric Ludy calls believers to put a stop to an alarming trend in today s church Contemporary culture has accused Christians of being politically incorrect unloving and narrow minded in their devotion
  • Title: The Bravehearted Gospel: A Life Consumed with the Power of Christ
  • Author: Eric Ludy
  • ISBN: 9780736921640
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eric Ludy calls believers to put a stop to an alarming trend in today s church Contemporary culture has accused Christians of being politically incorrect, unloving, and narrow minded in their devotion to God and His Word And the church has unwittingly played right along It has grown to have in common with the world than with Christ It seems concerned about pleEric Ludy calls believers to put a stop to an alarming trend in today s church Contemporary culture has accused Christians of being politically incorrect, unloving, and narrow minded in their devotion to God and His Word And the church has unwittingly played right along It has grown to have in common with the world than with Christ It seems concerned about pleasing men than God It sets aside the pursuit of eternal truth for the pursuit of temporal pleasuresHow serious is the problem, and what are the solutions What does a bravehearted kind of Christianity look like Eric presents the Christianity of the Bible as the most explosive, most vibrant, most extraordinary force on Earth a force meant to bring glory to the Most High God and turn people s hearts in His direction After reading The Bravehearted Gospel, no Christian will ever want to go back to Christianity as usual
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    1. Eric is a bestselling author, internationally recognized speaker and president of Ellerslie Mission Society He is also the senior pastor at the Church at Ellerslie and the lead instructor at Ellerslie Leadership Training in Windsor, Colorado Ludy is the author of than a dozen books, many of which were co authored by his wife, Leslie Ludy The Ludy s books have sold well over a million copies in the United States and have been translated into over a dozen different languages and circulated widely throughout the world.

    2. Good, and I believe this book came onto my reading list at the right time I fully agree that much of the Church myself included has grown content with moseying through life without staking our hills to die on, and then following through on them making the focus of our lives to grow in, and become like, Christ However Ludy takes forever to get to his main points, and even then, they are obscured in so much purple prose that I m left floundering to piece together the practical applications Some e [...]

    3. I can t get over how awesome this book is And how desperately needed Anyone who is or has a brother, father, son, husband, boyfriend, uncle, guy friend who could use some encouragement in being a man of faith anyone who s gone or is going to churches that leave them cold tomboys, girly girls, feminists, and keepers of the home alike should read this book It has the grit and growls that it so boldly defends, and it will set any Christian immediately on fire for truth and faith.

    4. If I had to sum up the book in one sentence, it would be this What Radical did to motivate and mobilize the church, The Bravehearted Gospel does to fortify the church The book is divided into seven parts, each of which has several smaller chapters Eric discusses how modern Christianity emphasizes the feminine side of the gospel an emphasis on mercy, forgiveness, beauty, allure, relationship, unity, acceptance, and feeling all of which is a part of the gospel, to be sure The problem comes with th [...]

    5. Actual rating 3.5 stars Author Eric Ludy is concerned about the present state of the church He feels believers in the western church have in common with the world than with Christ, so much so that both the church and the Gospel of Jesus Christ have been drained of their power He contends that the message has been changed to primarily be about the grace of God, while the muscle and power of God to change lives has largely been forgotten Ludy feels that the western church has been emasculated The [...]

    6. It took me awhile to warm up to what the author is saying because he is being over cautious he speaks about being religiously correct and he is but this aside his message is one of great importance and he doesn t need to be so apologetic about it I think he deals very well with the truth issue that is involved in todays false interpretation of God s Word and the syncretism that has crept in to the average persons worldview which for some is decidedly unbiblical I think a book like this is a good [...]

    7. This book is a wake up call to the post modern emasculated Church It is a call for Her return to the old fashioned power of the Christian faith in which the feminine and the masculine reunite to bring a complete picture of the kingdom of Jesus Christ to earth This book is a shout to all Christians to be Gospel believing, Gospel walking, Gospel teaching warriors that will turn deaf ears to the preachers of today that want to diminish the truths of the Word and make new interpretations of the Scr [...]

    8. The Bravehearted Gospel is Eric Ludy s tenth book, but it is much different from his others Far from a mere When God Writes Your Love Story, book, The Bravehearted Gospel is full of the marrow of Scripture and the grit of rugged, gospel centered truth Ludy provides a helpful and compelling biblical worldview that challenges the errant tendencies of the emergent church while still engaging the world in a biblical way Anyone wanting to engage the world with the gospel will want to read this book.

    9. I was torn between giving this a 3 star rating and 4 I chose 4 as the book did redeem itself in it s message Finally The bad part is that it took forever to get to the point I recommend the book highly but take note that the 1st half may slow you down or even stop you Eric spends so much time apologizing for how he is wording his message he seems to forget to get on with it.However, I will add that surely the 1st half if for the sensitive of Christian readers And to the point women readers Thi [...]

    10. This book was a little disturbing, not because I thought he was teaching heresy he s not , but he is extremely judgmental about one of my favorite authors and extremely harsh about some areas of Christianity I wouldn t say I disagree with him about everything, but I m very concerned about some of his ideas.

    11. This was an average book for me I agreed with much of what he was talking about This is a book about being a real Christian man It was challenging, and made me think about the way churches are run and how ministry is done and How men and women are so different in how they approach Church and ministry.

    12. I m at chapter ten right now and he is FINALLY getting to the substance He ironically over apologizes in order to people please for 9 chapters before starting into how Christians need to quit being people pleasers Granted, I m not done with the book yet.

    13. This was somewhat of a hard read for me, and I think I ll have to read it again to fully understand it, but I believe it s worth it.

    14. A tad repetitive at times, but an important read that deals with relevant, convicting, and essential truths for all believers.

    15. The first few chapters get a little redundant and too apologetic But if you can get past that, the rest of the book is thought provoking and convicting.

    16. A good book on the importance of truth and holiness It shows and denounces how in these days truth is often pushed aside because it is not loving.

    17. Excellent book, all Christians should read it to familiarize themselves with the dangerous trends of watering down the truths from the Bible that we are seeing in churches these days.

    18. An appeal to live out our faith courageously A good challenge to what we re doing with in our faith journey A worthy and quick read.

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