The Jesus Creed by Scot Mcknight
Loving God, Loving Others

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Discover how the Jesus Creed can completely transform your life.

When an expert in the law asked Jesus for the greatest commandment, Jesus responded with the Shema, the ancient Jewish creed that commands Israel to love God with heart, soul, mind, and strength. But the next part of Jesus' answer would change the course of history. Jesus amended the Shema, giving his followers a new creed for life.

"Make sure this new guide for living is on your shelf." - Max Lucado

"Scot McKnight brings us into a conversation with Jesus in the places and conditions in which we live our ordinary lives." - Eugene Peterson

"Scot McKnight has been a kind of secret weapon for my own education and growth. Now he can be yours as well. This book will bring Jesus' world and yours much closer together." - John Ortberg

"Scot McKnight offers a beautiful antidote to a stunted religiosity... and needed nourishment for the development of an authentic spirituality." - Brian McLaren

About Scot Mcknight

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McKnight is the Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies at North Park University, Chicago IL
Published October 1, 2009 by Paraclete Press. 335 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Amid a sea of books on Christian spiritual formation, McKnight, professor of religious studies at North Park University in Chicago, brings us a simple, highly readable one focused on the weightiest

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