There is a yearning within all of us to be whole--a recognition that we live fragmented lives: striving and failing, believing but doubting, speaking one thing then doing another. We are all righteous sinners, in a battle with ourselves.
Scott Redd uses certain specific texts from a cross-section of the Old and New Testaments to examine this fight, discussing how we should be approaching it both theologically and practically in our day-to-day.
With an honest, engaging, and humorous tone, The Wholeness Imperative
presents Christ as the unifying force of our hearts and minds.