God without Religion by Andrew Farley
Can It Really Be This Simple?

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God without religion?

Through tales of robbery and extortion, laps around the Indy 500 track, tapped phone calls to a psychic, and a grandma's late arrival at her own funeral, bestselling author Andrew Farley invites you on a story-filled adventure to discover the beauty of God's grace.

"Andrew Farley is one of the best young writers yet most mature thinkers in the church today. Read God without Religion to hear the voice of a 21st century Bonhoeffer who shows how to ring in the good times when Jesus (not religion) is the cantus firmus, the enduring melody, of our lives."--Leonard Sweet, bestselling author and professor at Drew University and George Fox University

"Never have I encountered a book that so clearly and biblically explains New Covenant Christianity. If you want to dump the religious burden and live in the true freedom and joy of Christ, God without Religion is for you."--David Gregory, bestselling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger and The Rest of the Gospel

"God without Religion is brave, genius, and full of the best kind of hope. Andrew Farley offers us a clear, more joy-filled, and peaceful route to God, without religion! And we need that now more than ever."--Matthew Paul Turner, bestselling author of Churched and Hear No Evil

"This is a book that every Christian simply must read before going one more step in their walk with Christ. Don't waste another day living under religious bondage. Stop everything you're doing and read this book now."--Darin Hufford, bestselling author of The Misunderstood God

About Andrew Farley

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Andrew Farley is senior pastor of Ecclesia, an evangelical church that has resided on the high plains of west Texas for more than 55 years, and a bestselling author of several books. He serves as a faculty adviser for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and frequently speaks at churches and university groups around the United States and in Canada. Andrew is also a professor of Applied Linguistics at Texas Tech University in west Texas where he lives with his wife Katharine and their son Gavin.
Published June 1, 2011 by Baker Books. 273 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Lots of folks these days seek a primitive Christianity, that is, the kind of faith and practice that Jesus taught before the church went all dogmatic and messed everything up. Farley (The Naked Gospel

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