Jesus: The People's Choice
Not often does a Christian resource book keep me up late at night and call to me early in the morning. Jesus: The People's Choice offers insights that will... drive Christ-principles deep into our characters. -- Lon Allison, Director, Billy Graham Center, Wheaton College Who's the most admired person in history? Surveys and polls repeatedly reveal the people's choice. Jesus Christ always makes the top of this list. His likeness is still featured on the cover of Time, Newsweek, and Life on a regular basis. Curious, isn't it? After two thousand years, a first-century carpenter still piques the interest of committed Christians, avowed atheists, and so many in between. For some reason, time does not diminish Jesus' popularity. Just what accounts for the incredible attractiveness of Jesus Christ? In Jesus: The People's Choice, Greg Asimakoupoulos identifies eight characteristics he believes explain why Jesus was the people's choice in his generation and in every generation since. Although the author is quick to acknowledge the divine uniqueness that was the Son of God, Greg sees in Jesus' core values for ministry transferable principles that individuals can use to reach the world with God's love. In each chapter the author, an armchair media critic, illustrates his biblically based concepts with references to popular culture. In so doing, he models one of Jesus' unique approaches to people-he spoke God's truth in everyday language. This little book will cause you to rethink your stereotypical assumptions about the Jesus you thought you knew It will give you reason to celebrate Jesus, on your own and with others.
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