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Saving the Saved

Saving the Saved How Jesus Saves Us from Try-Harder Christianity into Performance-Free Love

By Bryan Loritts
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.44 Stars

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On 1/1 To Know Him wrote:   I was super excited to get this book from BookLook Bloggers to review this time around.  BookLook Bloggers gave me this book complimentary, and I in turn agreed to write this unbiased review. The book's title is "Saving the Saved (How Jesus saves us from try-harder Christianity into ... BookLook Blog Review: Saving the Saved

To Know Him's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/15 jordan_wootten wrote: [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook Bloggers/Zondervan Publishing in exchange for an honest review.] I was drawn to this book for a couple of reasons: 1) I’ve grown to really appreciate Bryan Loritts and his voice by simply following him on Twitter, so my interest was piqued when ... Book Review: Saving the Saved by Bryan Loritts

jordan_wootten's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/10 cmullisjr wrote: I’ve followed the ministry of Pastor Bryan Loritts since his days at Fellowship Memphis and I was excited to hear of his new book, “Saving the Saved.” As the son of pastor Dr. Crawford Loritts, Bryan grew up in the church surrounded by the culture that so many church people grew up in. With that ... When Good isn't Good Enough

cmullisjr's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/9 cassandra95011 wrote: I recevied a complimentary copy. The Pastor has great views of his own and incorporates them with God and the Bible. This is really a book based on mixed opinion and facts. I think if you pull from the Gospel what you need to make a point, it may not be clear to everyone or accurate. However, this ... Saving the Saved By Bryan Loritts Review

cassandra95011's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/7 James Pate wrote: Bryan Loritts pastors the Abundant Life Christian Fellowship in Mountain View, California. This book does talk about embracing and living in light of God’s performance-free love: that God loves you freely, and you do not have to perform well morally or spiritually to earn God’s love. At the same ... Book Write-Up: Saving the Saved, by Bryan Loritts

James' Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/7 Evan Knies wrote: Saving the Saved is a refreshing read for any Christian. In this book, Loritts engages the culture of the Church and America. He is very helpful in his assessment on what we need to hear. This book is challenging at times, it gives a basic understanding of the Christian faith, covering various topics, ... Book Briefs: Saving the Saved

Evan 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/30 Heidi Lindsley wrote: Hello everyone!I am back today to share my thoughts on Saving the Saved by Bryan Loritts. This book explains many common mistakes that Christians make: primarily trying to work our way into God's affection, which just leaves us all exhausted. Instead, he proposes ways in which we can live happily ... Saving the Saved by Bryan Loritts REVIEW

Heidi's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/29 steven.dresen wrote: In Saving the Saved Bryan Loritts provides a grace-infused look at the gospel of Matthew that avoids the ditches of legalism and antinomianism. Loritts main target is the legalism that seeks to measure up and earn what can only be received by grace. Loritts early on identifies the nature of the fight ... Review: Saving the Saved

steven.dresen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/29 Richard Jones wrote: When did Christianity become about earning your salvation?There seems to be this constant struggle with the understanding of what salvation by faith through grace means.Pastor Bryan walks us down the path of eliminating the scorekeeping mentality and embracing surrender. I'm sure we've heard these sermons ... Saving the Saved by Bryan Loritts

Richard's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/17 spencer cummins wrote: Saving the saved by Bryan LorittsPastor Bryan Loritts in his new book, Saving the Saved, brings to the foreground two twin themes that will help readers in their journey of faith; one, the kingdom of this world is a meritocracy and two, Jesus kicked this meritocracy to the curb and calls us his children, ... Performance free living

spencer's Rating:

5 Stars