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Bound Together

Bound Together How We Are Tied to Others in Good and Bad Choices

By Chris Brauns
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4 Stars

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On 9/3 Donnie Haflich wrote: I went to High School in a small town in central Minnesota. Everyone knew everyone's business and everyone seemed to be related in some way or another. I had some friends whose parents were wealthier than most and whose parents had last names which went along with their status. For example, if you were ... Bound Together

Donnie Haflich's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/26 Scquest wrote: Point: We are bound together with Adam and cast over the cliff, yet by God’s grace we can be bound to Christ and live. Path: Brauns begins by explaining the concept of the rope and corporate solidarity (ch. 1) and then jumps right into the bad news of our union with Adam (ch. 2). Chapter three is ... Bound Together by Chris Brauns

Scquest's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/30 Apologia13 wrote: Do we act in isolation, or do our actions have consequences for not just us, but others too? Well, I’m most of us have been there, done that. We’ve been part of a situation where someone’s actions led to undesired consequences either for us or someone we know. Chris Brauns’ bound together: How ... for better or worse; bound together

Apologia13's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/24 Nicole Ebbesen Rowan wrote: Notables: - Brauns' analogy is fairly simple. The “principle of the rope” is that we are all connected, for better or worse, and even though we may believe we act “autonomously,” we have an impact on the community around us. Brauns provides scripture references and discussion to establish this ... We are bound to Jesus!

Nicole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/19 Stevie Goddard wrote: It’s interesting to think about how connected the world is to itself. I think we fail to realize it most of the time, but there are ways in which we are all connected. The book Bound Together, by Chris Brauns, this idea of connectedness is discussed with several different ways and focuses. In the Christian ... The Book - Bound Together

Stevie Goddard's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/19 Stephen Heitland wrote: How do you think about your life in relation to others? Living in 21st-century America we face a lot of cultural inertia to think of life primarily in individualistic terms. What do I want to do today? Where do I want to go to church? Who do I want to marry? And while all of those questions are valid, ... Biblical Solidarity

Stephen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/20 Ken Patterson wrote: Originally interested in this book for the purpose of developing our small groups ministry, I was pleasantly surprised at it’s implications for humanity, and particularly believers, in general. Chris Braun illustrates what he calls ‘the principle of the rope’, which is an eye-opening ... Bound Together – A Review!

Ken Patterson's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/12 itsupikachu wrote: 4.0 out of 5 stars Recommended read-with some reservations, June 12, 2013 By Karla Varga (Clearwater, Florida United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Bound Together: How We Are Tied to Others in Good and Bad Choices (Paperback) In the book, "Bound Together" author Chris Brauns expounds ... Recommended read-with some reservations

itsupikachu's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/10 Dolphins72 wrote: The author presents a strong case for the fact that people are linked to one another, in large and small groups and in good and bad ways, calling it “The Principle of the Rope.” Clear examples include spouses, families, and nations. Ones less obvious are mankind’s tie to Adam in the Fall and ... The author presents a strong case for the fact that people are linked together

Dolphins72's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/26 Matthew Snyder wrote: When I first saw this book I was interested by the title of this book. After trying to get into this book for almost two weeks I just finished it. In the book, Brauns describes how we are all tied together from the original Sin that Adam committed. In addition his book goes on to highlight how we are ... Bound Together

Matthew's Rating:

3 Stars