Repenting of Religion Endorsements

Endorsements:

“Anything but another run-of-the-mill evangelical book, it is radical and revolutionary. It will make readers think critically about some traditional evangelical habits of the heart.”
–Roger Olson, George W. Truett Theological Seminary

“The local church is called to be God’s community of redemption rather than the exclusive clique of rejection it has often become. This is a prophetic call to repentance.”
–Gilbert Bilezikian, author of Christianity 101

“Mere Christianity is religionless, Boyd rightly says. It is about dancing with the triune God. And, since it’s all about mercy, let’s love one another and stop judging.”
–Clark Pinnock, author of Most Moved Mover

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