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Who Do You Think You Are? Finding Your True Identity in Christ
By Mark Driscoll
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 3/16 kolbs wrote: We always need more books on identity. Timothy Keller shows the importance of what we believe about ourselves when he states, “If our identity is in our work, rather than Christ, success will go to our heads, and failure will go to our hearts.” How often is our identity in something other than ... Who do you think you are? [Book Review]
On 9/30 Now an Air Force Wife and Mommy wrote: Who Do You Think You Are?: Finding Your True Identity in Christ I really do enjoy most Christian type books but this is one that I honestly could not get into. I know that Driscoll is the type of person that you normally either love or hate but I honestly have no feelings towards him. This is definitely ... Review: Who Do You Think You Are?: Finding Your True Identity in Christ
On 4/8 Chris Kidd wrote: Mark Driscoll is known as a controversial author and preacher, but I hadn’t ever read anything by him and so wanted to read him for myself. He is the founding pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, among the fastest growing churches in the country, the creator of Resurgence (a Christian leadership ... Who do you think you are?
On 2/12 Lucy Mills wrote: When I requested Who do you think you are? from what was then Booksneeze (now BookLook Bloggers) I had no idea it would take me quite so long to finish. Granted, I was caught up in the momentum surrounding my own book at the time, but it wasn’t just that. I found this book really hard going. I requested ... Review: who do you think you are?
On 9/3 Ted Cockle wrote: In Who Do You Think You Are?, Mark Driscoll unpacks the multifaceted new identity we have in Christ by working through the book of Ephesians. In his introduction, Driscoll claims, "this world's fundamental problem is that we don't understand who we truly are—children of God made in his image—and ... Finding Your Identity in Christ
On 7/26 Rod Pitts wrote: This is the first book that I have read by Mark Driscoll and doubt it will be the last. Driscoll challenges the reader to examine where our identity is found. The book presents many theological truths. It also discusses our idolatry. The book uses Ephesians as the foundation. It is helpful to have a ... Review of "Who Do You Think You Are" by Mark Driscoll
On 7/3 Matt wrote: Who do you think you are? Why are you here on this earth, at this time? What is your purpose? Theseare real life questions that everyone regardless of where they are at in life have to wrestle with. Theconclusion of these questions determines how we respond to circumstances in life. Many ... “Who Do You Think You Are?"
On 6/30 Chris Hennessey wrote: Today's idols consist of items: what we own is our public way of projecting our desired image. Duties: if you find your identity in the achievement of your duties, you'll always search for something to excel in so as to outperform others and demonstrate your authority. Others: obtaining an identity from ... Who Do You Think You Are Review
On 6/20 Patrick Mitchell wrote: If you want to talk about lightning rods in the evangelical world, there is no easier target than the one and only, Mark Driscoll. Anything he says or does is under close scrutiny from both sides, that is, Christian and non-Christian. Most of the criticism is aimed at views presented in his preaching. ... I Know You Are But What Am I?
On 6/16 Jeff wrote: Who do you think you are? This question sounds like you are going to start a fight. But who are you wrestling with? "Who Do You Think You Are?" by Mark Driscoll is trying to answer just that. Who are you? Are you a Dad? A son? A hard worker? A winner? A loser? Who are you? How do you define yourself? ... Who Do You Think You Are?