Getting the Brain Engaged, Part 1
Like many magazines on the stand this time of year, Esquire has released a list of the folks they deem the “best and brightest” for 2009. One of those chosen is Shane Claiborne, who started a ministry to the poor and named it “The Simple Way.”
Here’s something to whet the appetite:
“The more I have read the Bible and studied the life of Jesus, the more I have become convinced that Christianity spreads best not through force but through fascination. But over the past few decades our Christianity, at least here in the United States, has become less and less fascinating. We have given the atheists less and less to disbelieve. And the sort of Christianity many of us have seen on TV and heard on the radio looks less and less like Jesus.”
Here’s the link to What if Jesus Meant All This Stuff?