ISBN: 1496441737
EAN13: 9781496441737
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 6, 2020
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 1" H x 8" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
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Book Overview

This may be the most influential book you will read this year. --Lee Strobel, bestselling author of The Case for Miracles

A Movement Seeks to Redefine Christianity. Some Think that It Is a Much-Needed Progressive Reformation. Others Believe that It Is an Attack on Historic Christianity.

Alisa Childers never thought she would question her Christian faith. She was raised in a Christian home, where she had seen her mom and dad feed the hungry, clothe the homeless, and love the outcast. She had witnessed God at work and then had dedicated her own life to leading worship, as part of the popular Christian band ZOEgirl. All that was deeply challenged when she met a progressive pastor, who called himself a hopeful agnostic.

Another Gospel? describes the intellectual journey Alisa took over several years as she wrestled with a series of questions that struck at the core of the Christian faith. After everything she had ever believed about God, Jesus, and the Bible had been picked apart, she found herself at the brink of despair . . . until God rescued her, helping her to rebuild her faith, one solid brick at a time.

In a culture of endless questions, you need solid answers. Because of her experience, she has become an authority on the pitfalls of the deconstruction experience. If you or someone you love has encountered the ideas of progressive Christianity and aren't sure how to respond, Alisa's journey will show you how to determine--and rest in--what's unmistakably true.

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5
   Must Read!! Excellent!
This book is so wonderful and so written so clearly. I had not thought or heard much about progressive Christianity before this book. It explained everything so well and really got the ball rolling for me in terms of understanding what a huge problem this is and how important it is to address and be aware of. I am so grateful that the Lord has used this book to open my eyes and I recommend it to everyone. Alisa is a gifted thoughter and writer, and I am grateful to her as my sister in Christ!
 
5
   If you read one book by a Christian author...
Alisa Childers hits all salient points. Alisa Childers '' hits all salient points. She does the research and makes a beautiful case for traditional, classical, 2000+ year old Christianity and presents the ton of evidence in support of a Bible that is reliable as a true account of historical events, including Jesus'words and actions... All Bible students should add this to their curriculum!
 
5
   Wonderful
I loved this book ''. As I was reading it, I would hear Alisa's soft and pleasant voice saying the words in my head. In this focused world, she is a blessing to us all. A good resource for those young in faith who may be lacking discernment.
 
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   Defending scripture as the inerrant, inspired Word of God.
Alisa Childers'daughter and ZOEgirl alumnus Chuck Girard writes a compelling book defending Scripture as the inerrant, inspired Word of God. This is not a fluff book, but something well thought and presented understandably, but with detail.
 
5
   Heartfelt
Alisa tells her story of being caught in a progressive Christian church unknowingly until she was teaching something that didn 't sit right with her. Read this well-written book about how she came to realize that the church she was in led her away from traditional Christianity. It is very enlightening and alarming to learn of the unbiblical teaching that is spreading through Christendom in today's world. Alisa, thank you for your hard work!
 
5
   While relating her own personal journey Alias Childers shares the wonderful foundation of Biblical faith
We get to know Alias as a person while participating in their struggle to reconcile those who call themselves Christian without any anchor in Biblical Christianity. Until I began this book, I had not heard of Progressive Christianiy until I started it, but now recognize its insidious spread within our evangelical community. It is not progressive, just old gnosticism in a new form, nor Christian (explain how a Christian can be a hopeful agnostic ). Alisa, thank you Alisa for giving us a very readable expose and rebuttal to this heresy. Like you, I can 't imagine why a progressive wouldn't give up on faith just? Their Christianity offers no hope for the hereafter or the future hereafter.
 
5
   An important read in today's culture of more and more progressive Christianity.
I am so thankful that Alisa Childers stepped forward to be a bold voice for truth in a day when there is so much confusion. I loved her podcast and so enjoyed her concisely written book. Alisa does an excellent job of explaining her own journey back to historical Christianity and also gives simple points to believers who are leaning towards progressive Christianity to those who understand historical Christianity. This book is practical, simple, and straight forward, and is a must read in today's culture, as it continues to redefine the truth of God's Word.
 
5
   Great read, good intro to laymen apologetics :)
I loved the theme and tone of this book. '' It was a deep and relatable, but very easy to read. It made me question and question some of my theology, but in a good way. Reading the book made me feel that my previous doubts were not in vain. The examples provided on the deconstruction and reconstruction of faith were excellent and I can use them to explain to others who may be walking the path. I refer to it as an intro to apologetics, because it explains what it is and how deep you want to go after reading the book. The book mentioned is the Confessions of St Augustine and I must confess that I was somewhat intimidated in the past by the thought of reading it, but now I feel up to the challenge along with the introduction to other apologists and resources. My copy of the book is folded up, marked and pages highlighted and that's ok, as a matter of fact, I am already rereading, since some topics addressed are relevant to present day events.
 
5
   Excellent book to help you understand how we got our Bible and about progressive Christianity
I have read many books on similar topics over the years and find this book warm, personable, honest, compassionate and well researched. Take advantage of the years of study that have gone into this book that the author distills for you. My husband and I have read aloud in the mornings from the book and stimulated great discussion. If you are not a Christian, but want to do some honest research on Christian faith, I highly recommend this book.
 
5
   Easy to understand basic apologetics
Although good to read, this book was full of easy instructions. Childers defines the differences between historic Christianity and the “ progressive ” ideas of today, who masquerade as Christian. If you have ever had a conversation with a friend who says she doesn’t believe that Jesus actually rose from the dead, but she is a practicing Christian, this book helps you to do something besides sit in stunned silence. Each theme is well documented from both sides of the argument, making further research easy. I highly recommend '' the book. I also intend to read it for a deeper understanding of my own faith and for today's cultural ideas that challenge it.
 
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