a oeThis book is one more sign of a fresh movement in the church.a
author, The Irresistible Revolution
Dillon Burroughs has defended the faith as a writer, speaker, and professor. But when he asked himself how he was helping a homeless guy in his city or a hungry family in Darfur, everything started to unravel. Now, with renewed vision, disarming candor, and deep respect for the church, Burroughs gently leads readers through a reassessment of hot-button topics like these:
- Jesus was a friend of sinners and consumed alcohol. How did that work?
- He also said to love neighbors, sinners, and enemies. Does loving homosexuals fit in there somewhere?
- Why are the odds in America stacked against the success of a traditional marriage?
Burroughs provides a safe place for spiritually minded and culturally savvy people to process their questions and find a more relevant and Christlike faith.