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A Fellowship of Differents

A Fellowship of Differents Showing the World God's Design for Life Together

By Scot McKnight
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.21 Stars

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On 3/8 michael bells wrote: Scot McKnight in A Fellowship of Differents: Showing the World God’s Design for Life Together, argues that our Christian lives are formed by our experiences in and with the church. And so, the shape of the church is of profound importance to understand and embrace because, like it or not, “churches ... review: a fellowship of differents

michael's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/19 James Matichuk wrote: I like Scot McKnight. I have read a lot of his books and am intermittently imbibe his blog. King Jesus Gospel (Zondervan 2011) is my favorite of his books–a sort of N.T. Lite challenge to the gospel reductionism of the (mostly) Reformed camp. McKnight has authored other books of note on prayer ... Salad Bowl Ecclesiology

James' Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/28 Jerry Hillyer wrote: I only recently jumped on the Scot McKnight bandwagon. This year, in fact, although I have followed him on Twitter for a while and, if I am not mistaken, reviewed a book he wrote on Fasting a long while ago. I became interested in McKnight's writing when I saw another of his books called The King Jesus ... Book Review: A Fellowship of Differents

Jerry's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/8 Chris Hennessey wrote: By far the best book I will read in 2015 is Scot McKnight's "A Fellowship of Differents."In this book, McKnight shines a light on how people are getting excluded in the church (body of Messiah) because they are different. He digs into some Bible passages about the early churches and how they were set ... A Fellowship of Differents Review

Chris 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/20 bob Jones wrote: The kind of church Scott McKnight describes in “A Fellowship of Differents” isn’t your parent’s church or for that matter your grandparents’ church. It’s way older than that, going all the way back to the New Testament. Scot McKnight is a theologian and a storyteller, which makes for the ... A Fellowship of Differents

bob's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/6 Dwight Gingrich wrote: "This idea, that Paul’s mission was a mixed assembly of differents, lies at the core of my beliefs about how the whole Bible works… Are we willing to embrace the diversity of the church as the very thing God most wants?" (pp. 89, 91) The need for the the Church to become more unified is, thankfully, ... Some Good Content, But a Bit of a Mixed Salad

Dwight's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/24 Elliot Ritzema wrote: What is the church supposed to look like? Is it the club of similar people that many of us know, or is it an outpost of God’s kingdom that consists of a group of people who would never get along if it weren’t for God’s grace? Prolific New Testament scholar Scot McKnight has written a book exploring ... The Church as Salad Bowl

Elliot's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/23 Jonathon Burns wrote: In his newest book, A Fellowship of Differents, Scot McKnight takes a look at what the church is supposed to be. To find his answer he turns to the letters by the Apostle Paul. For many people today church is a place to go on Sundays to sing some worship music, hear a sermon, and partake in communion. ... A Fellowship of Differents by Scot McKnight

Jonathon's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/20 Annie wrote: Known for books like The King Jesus Gospel and The Jesus Creed, Scot McKnight explores Paul’s vision of the church and helping us understand what Christian fellowship should look like in his newest book, A Fellowship of Differents: Showing the World God’s Design for Life Together. Weaved together ... Book Review: A Fellowship of Differents by Scot McKnight

Annie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/6 Paula Greene wrote: What is your favorite kind of salad?  Simple with iceberg lettuce smothered in ranch dressing? A basic garden salad with tomato slices, cucumbers, and carrots added? Or lots of ingredients like some kale, argula, spinach, cabbage, onions, cheese, croutons, and a little vinaigrette drizzled over ... A Fellowship of Differents - Book Review

Paula Greene's Rating:

5 Stars