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Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith (Paperback)
"This book is for those who need a fresh take on Jesus and what it means to live the kind of life he teaches us to live. This pursuit of Jesus is leading us backward as much as forward. . . . I am learning that what seems brand new is often the discovery of something that's been there all along it just got lost somewhere and it needs to be picked up, dusted off, and reclaimed."
from Velvet Elvis.
About the Author
Rob Bell is a bestselling author and international teacher and speaker. His books include Love Wins, Velvet Elvis, Sex God, Jesus Wants to Save Christians, and Drops Like Stars, and he was profiled in The New Yorker and TIME magazine as one of 2011's hundred most influential people.
“Joy, awe, raw honesty, and an appreciation for the mystery of faith permeate the pages.”
“Bell is at the forefront of a rethinking of Christianity in America.”
“One of the country’s most influential evangelical pastors.”
-New York Times
“This is faithful, creative Christianity, and Gen-Xers especially will find Bell a welcome guide to the Christian faith.”
“One of the nation’s rock-star-popular young pastors.”
“Rob Bell is one of the hottest names in contemporary evangelical life.”
“Bell presents a fresh picture of Jesus for those who have trouble with the traditional portrait.”
-Kansas City Star
“A sensitive yet radical plea for simple Christian living.”
-South Florida Sun-Sentinel