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Arguing that moderate expressions of faith are contrary to Christianity's true purpose, a guide to living authentically draws on the author's experience of moving from what he regards as a diluted existence to a truly Christ-centered life.

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ISBN-10:  1434766926 (pbk.)
ISBN-13:  9781434766922 (pbk.)
Author:  Mark Steele
Publisher:  David C. Cook
Date Published:  August 2009
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   Christianish by Mark Steele is a book guaranteed to unsettle readers' ideas of what it means to be a Christian. Steele, a stand up comic uses his skills well in this book. Several sections were so laugh out loud funny that I had to read them to my husband, others had me snorting and chuckling. He uses humor to bring readers in, and then compels further interest through his pointed look at how Christians are making Christ look bad because we want faith to be comfortable rather than real. …
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