Too Christian, Too Pagan by Dick Staub
How to Love the World Without Falling For It

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A thought-provoking blend of personal experience and compelling stories gently encourage Christians to follow Jesus into the world without getting conformed to it in the process.


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Dick Staub was the familiar voice and personality behind the Dick Staub Show, broadcast out of Chicago as part of the Salem Radio Network. An ordained minister and keen student of the Bible and American culture, Staub is an emerging spokesperson for Christians who are serious about following Jesus in every aspect of their lives. This is his first book. He lives in Naperville, Illinois. SPANISH BIO: Dick Staub era la voz y la personalidad detras de la programa 'Dick Staub Show, ' difusion fuera de Chicago, un parte del Salem Radio Network. Un ministro ordenado y estudiante afilado de la Biblia y cultura americana, Staub es un hablante de cristianos serios de Jesus en cada aspecto de sus vidas. este es su primer libro. Vive en Naperville, Illinois.
Published November 1, 2000 by Zondervan. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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After seeing a Star Wars prequel, Staub realized that a young man he was mentoring wanted "to be a 'Jedi Christian,' " but Staub's generation had not produced a Yoda.

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