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Outlaw Christian Finding Authentic Faith by Breaking the "Rules"
By Jacqueline A. Bussie
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 7/4 Jaina wrote: I moved eight times over the course of my childhood, which means I've attended nine churches (plus visiting dozens more). We've found several good permanent churches over the years, but they've been in a variety of denominations. Over the past 18 years, I have been a part of Presbyterian, Church of Christ, ... Outlaw Christian by Jacqueline A. Bussie, 2016
On 2/9 BobonBooks wrote: Jacqueline Bussie is tired of the hackneyed clichés Christians throw out when faced with hard situations for which there really are no glib answers. She knows, having grown up in a family that either didn't talk about their pain or used some of the same answers. Eventually she started breaking the "unwritten ... Are "Unwritten Laws" Deadening Your Soul?
On 11/16 mrandmrsjdanderson wrote: Jacqueline A. Bussie's Outlaw Christian seeks to address all those with doubts and anger directed to God. However, she fails miserably at this task as her entire endeavor is not rooted in Scripture but rather an implicit and sometimes explicit anger and resentment toward God because of her mother's ... Book Review: Outlaw Christian
On 11/8 MelissaTX wrote: When I choose a (free in exchange for an honest review) book from Booklook Bloggers, I often make my choice based on the brief description provided and the fact that it's available as a print book. These two criteria typically result in an enjoyable read, however there are occasions when I'm disappointed ... Outlaw Christian - book review
On 10/13 Jason Raines wrote: Jacqueline A. Bussie, author of Outlaw Christian, Finding Faith by Breaking the “Rules,” has written a book telling readers it’s okay to break the “laws.” Don’t worry, she is not promoting anything that would be a danger to public safety, unless you are a tyrant running a military dictatorship, ... Outlaw Christian?
On 10/13 Ryan Scott wrote: Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book for the purpose of review. My integrity is not for sale. Those who know me well are aware a free book isn't enough to assuage my cutting honesty. If I've failed to write a bad review, it has nothing to do with the source of the material and only with ... Outlaw Christian by Jacqueline A Bussie
On 10/11 David Lermy wrote: Dr. Bussie's story telling is compelling and you can easily follow along with her theology without pain of looking through old theological tombs. It is truly a gift to write about tough theological issues, but to do so with openness, honesty, and even humility is a god-given calling. Her work among students ... Must Read for Seekers, Doubters, and Rebels!
On 10/9 Kristi King-Morgan wrote: I find the title of this book a bit funny and sad at the same time. The reason I say this is because the advice in these pages is common sense to me, but I know all too well that what I consider common sense, someone else might consider radical or even shocking. I’ve been on the receiving end of well-meaning ... not outlaw - common sense
On 10/3 Mr. Geurs wrote: The ideal relationship is the one where neither person ever tells how they really feel, ensuring to repress all thoughts and emotions. Said no one ever. And it has been my experience that an unhealthy church or faith community is one where no one is allowed to express his or her thoughts, fears, or doubts. ... Become an Outlaw Christian.
On 9/23 The Little Sprouts wrote: I read this book in about 3 days. Would have read it faster but those kids of mine like to eat and go places :)I loved the honesty and authenticity in this book. It is very rare to have someone write in the way that she has. Instead of putting someone down for questions they may have regarding faith ... Outlaw Christian: A book review