Book Review: The Unsaved Christian By Dean Inserra

Book Review: The Unsaved Christian By Dean Inserra

The Country Club Christian is consumeristic about church, fickle, and non-committal, and always has “one foot out the door”. This type sees church involvement as a one-way commitment. As long as the church is doing what they want they stay. They’re also selectively generous, giving to only certain missions needs but never actually evangelizing themselves. They also lack spiritual self-awareness. This means that they think they’re spiritual yet they do not grow and become more like Jesus at all.

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Book Review: The Logic Of God By Ravi Zacharias

Book Review: The Logic Of God By Ravi Zacharias

So you can see that because Mr. Zacharias often quotes Lewis, it’s hard to tell sometimes if he believes salvation is a moment or simply a process that begins at a moment. That’s what I mean. It’s vague! So, despite Zacharias having such great logical and biblical arguments for so many things, I’m always left wanting in his explanations of how salvation of a soul actually happens.

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Digital Minimalism (Book review)

Digital Minimalism (Book review)

Newport uses his data to make three things very clear.

1) Most people drastically underestimate their screen time usage.

2) Most people drastically overestimate how useful and necessary much technology really is.

3) Most people have created a new “normal” for themselves in which they are unaware just how much technology has hurt their ability to focus, be productive, and be creative.

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