Christian rejection 101: I see you more as a brother in Christ
PERTH, WA – The National Bible Society has released their latest book addressing what they claim is the greatest challenge facing the Christian church in the modern era – that of young adult relational heartache.
The book Christian rejection 101 outlines extensive analysis of over 250 youth groups and their ‘relational exoduses’.
The author, Pastor Buck Goodwin, explained his motivation behind the seminal work:
“Our studies show there is no evangelistic tool more effective than that of the vibrant Christian female, known in some circles as ‘flirt to convert’.”
“However, in the same way there is no more damaging an event to the life of faith than that of the soul-crushing break-up. This book provides practical ways to push people towards Jesus but away from you!”
The chapters headings include:
Prayer partnerships – Keeping the hedge of protection
Christian movies – Working through the ‘Left Behind’ series
Worship bands – 10,000 reasons not to sing together
Anointing of the Spirit – Avoiding the holy burn
Predestination – Choosing free-will
Social distancing – The benefits of COVID-19
Bible readings – Utilising different translations
Greek studies – From Eros to Agape love
Missionary work – Serving as far away as possible
Confession – How dark to go
Discernment – God’s will and the ‘grey areas’
The Call to Ministry – Fast-tracking vows of celibacy
Christian books – Stepping out of their ‘Purpose Driven Life’
Mass – Taking the gluten out of your communion
Sales of the book have exceeded expectations, with the Bible Society announcing translations into a further 3,312 languages being sent out by passionate crushed and redeemed young male missionaries.
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