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The 77 Habits of Highly Ineffective Christians

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38 format Hardcover and others 96 pages and has a text language like Engli The author lists 77 ways that Christians are lax in their faith in the hopes that it will motivate the reader to become stronger in the faith

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S is very good and the main topic to read with book details isbn 97808308196 A different perspective on our everyday Cross bearing adventures or misadventures Chris Fabry convicts us of our misnomers in a very sarcastic hilarious manner The book really is a guide on how to become an ineffective Christian now who would really want to be one?

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Best Book The 77 Habits of Highly Ineffective Christians by Chris Fabry Thi This book is kind of weird It's Christian nonfiction and it's all about how Christians should live and what they should and shouldn't do which means it's not the type of book I usually read I noticed it completely by accident the author had written a novel that I had read for book discussion and I had recognized the name I became even interested when I found that this book was written in a humorous tone which really takes the edge off what might have otherwise been an unbearably preachy little bookThat said Fabry still comes off as preachy what did I expect? That probably would've been all right but some of what he preaches is really out there There are several passages that do makes sense of course but some of his statements just bizarre even contradictary For example in one chapter Fabry writes that ineffective Christians think of God as their pal They forget how holy and powerful and infinite he is and they spend too much time listening to What a Friend we Have in Jesus Seriously? Now he's picking on the hymns while criticizing the people? Leaving aside the argument that God's love for human beings is sorta central to the religion his argument doesn't even hold up in the rest of the book A few pages later Fabry writes that another sign of ineffective Christians is that they think of God as being holy and powerful and important and forget that he is really interested in every mundane detail of their lives This seems to me to be the spiritual euivalent of having one's cake and eating it too If I'd had any expectations this probably would have been a disappointment As it is even though I didn't really learn much or become spiritually enlightened and even though I can't recommend it to anyone I'm not sorry I read it either It was interesting enough and there were a few funny moments There was one hilarious joke about coffee grounds


5 thoughts on “The 77 Habits of Highly Ineffective Christians

  1. says:

    This book is kind of weird It's Christian nonfiction and it's all about how Christians should live and what they should and shouldn't do which means it's not the type of book I usually read I noticed it completely by accident the author had written a novel that I had read for book discussion and I had recognized the name I became even interested when I found that this book was written in a humorous tone which really takes the edge off what might have otherwise been an unbearably preachy little bookThat said Fabry still comes off as preachy what did I expect? That probably would've been all right but some of what he preaches is really out there There are several passages that do makes sense of course but some of his statements just bizarre even contradictary For example in one chapter Fabry writes that ineffective Christians think of God as their pal They forget how holy and powerful and infinite he is and they spend too much time listening to What a Friend we Have in Jesus Seriously? Now he's picking on the hymns while criticizing the people? Leaving aside the argument that God's love for human beings is sorta central to the religion his argument doesn't even hold up in the rest of the book A few pages later Fabry writes that another sign of ineffective Christians is that they think of God as being holy and powerful and important and forget that he is really interested in every mundane detail of their lives This seems to me to be the spiritual euivalent of having one's cake and eating it too If I'd had any expectations this probably would have been a disappointment As it is even though I didn't really learn much or become spiritually enlightened and even though I can't recommend it to anyone I'm not sorry I read it either It was interesting enough and there were a few funny moments There was one hilarious joke about coffee grounds


  2. says:

    A different perspective on our everyday Cross bearing adventures or misadventures Chris Fabry convicts us of our misnomers in a very sarcastic hilarious manner The book really is a guide on how to become an ineffective Christian now who would really want to be one?


  3. says:

    The author lists 77 ways that Christians are lax in their faith in the hopes that it will motivate the reader to become stronger in the faith


  4. says:

    This is so unusually interesting looking at Christians from a perspective totally contradictory to the usual ones Need a clear mind though


  5. says:

    This book tricked me It's actually promoting Christianity


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