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Real Church Does it exist? Can I find it?

By Larry Crabb
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.62 Stars

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On 8/14 JC wrote: Introduction Real Church: Does it exist? Can I find it? is by Larry Crabb, best-selling author and psychologist, and published by Thomas Nelson[1]. Before I begin my comments on the book, let me share some introductory remarks. Something I realized as I was reading this book was the importance of context ... Book Review: Real Church

JC's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/30 Joe M wrote: It’s not that this book is bad, it’s just isn’t what it could be.  It leaves a bitter taste in the mouth through much of the book—and that might be the genius. I resonated with much of what the author had to say early on in the book. I loved how he talked about his ... Real Church by Larry Crabb

Joe M's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/29 Erik DiVietro wrote: ::SIGH:: ::YAWN:: I really, really wanted to like Larry Crabb’s book Real Church: Does It Exist? Can I find it? – I really did. And I tried hard. But ultimately, it is yet another book from yet another disillusioned Christian begging the church to be something more than it is. I found it ironic that in a book about ... Book Review – Real Church

Erik's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/3 Timothy Pang wrote: Crabb, Larry. Real Church. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2002. As the subtitle reads, this book explores if the real church actually exists, and what constitutes a real church. Crabb, in his uncanny wit and direct frankness, explores the state and situation of the church, mainly in the context of North ... Book Review - Real Church by Larry Crabb

Timothy's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/6 Mike Henry Sr. wrote: Larry Crabb doesn't much like going to church anymore. And he's not alone. That's actually the title of the Introduction to the book Real Church: Does It Exist? Can I Find It? by Larry Crabb.Depending on your own perspective, I can imagine people calling the book anything from a rant to a compelling, ... Real Church by Larry Crabb

Mike's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/12 David Mehrle wrote: Real Church By Larry Crabb What has your church experience been?  Have you attended a church for years to only never feel like you were living in community?  Has the Bible become a larger part of your life? These are all questions that all of us have asked and struggled with as we have attended church in the ... Book Review – Real Church

David's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/10 Robert Myers wrote: I started this book excited about what Larry Crabb would have to say about church. There is so much in the media today about church types and many regular church attenders are trying to decide the type of church they want to attend. Crabb also takes some time to talk about the philosophy behind the ... Real Church

Robert's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/26 Rachelle Dawson wrote: In the introductory section, Crabb offers several chapters that discuss key questions about the modern American church experience: Why have we lost interest? Why do so many Christians still attend and like church? What makes a gathering into a church? What causes a church to stop being one and turn into ... Book Review: Real Church by Larry Crabb

Rachelle's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/20 David Cavanagh wrote: Book Review – Real Church Larry Crabb ISBN: 978-0-7852-2920-9 This is a book which was sent to me by Thomas Nelson, the publishers, as part of their book review bloggers network. This is not the sort of book that I would normally read but decided to go for it anyhow, one good thing about doing these book reviews is ... Real Church – does it exist? can I find it?

David's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/19 kenyawoodstock wrote: Overall I like what this book has to say It is somewhat encouraging to see an established voice in evangelical Christianity discussing some of the same criticisms brought up by the emerging church movement. Yet Crabb exercises more caution than some of the emerging church writers. Crabb is very much ... A Review of "Real Church" by Larry Crabb

kenyawoodstock's Rating:

3 Stars