The Barbarian Way Hardcover – Feb 10 2005
|New from||Used from|
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
No Kindle device required. Download one of the Free Kindle apps to start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, and computer.
To get the free app, enter your e-mail address or mobile phone number.
About the Author
Erwin Raphael McManus is a storyteller, an activist, and a creative. Erwin serves as the principle visionary and primary communicator of Mosaic in Los Angeles. He is the author of eight books, the founder of Temple Bags, and his films include Crave: The Documentary.
Inside This Book(Learn More)
Top Customer Reviews
It is out by Thomas Nelson ISBN 0785264329 Not only do I reccomend it, but they guarantee it, if you buy it and are not satisfied they will replace your money.
Some quick quotes.
"The claim to believe is simply not enough. The call of Jesus is one to action" p.5
"Perhaps the tragedy of our time is that such an overwhelming number of us who declare Jesus as Lord have become domesticated - or, if you will, civilized. We have lost the simplicity of our early faith. Beyond that, we have lost the passion and power of that raw, untaimed, and primal faith." p.12
"The barbarian way is abour love, intimacy, passion, and sacrifice. Barbarians love to live and live to love." p. 13
"The call of Jesus is far more barbaric that either of those. It is a call to live in this world as citizens of an entirely different kingdom." p.32
"your life is unique before God, and your path is yours and yours alone." p. 37
"Just do whatever Jesus calls you to do the moment it is clear to you. Do not procrastinate; do not hesitate; do not deviate from whatever course of action He calls you to." p.53
"When you join the barbarian tribe, you begin to live your life with your eyes and heart wide open.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I wanted another copy of this book to lend out to friends, because it made such an impact on my life. I went to a bookstore to get it and it was $20. Read morePublished on May 1 2012 by TDem