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ReGrace

What the Shocking Beliefs of the Great Christians Can Teach Us Today
Narrated by: Sean Runnette
Length: 4 hrs
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The church is tired of seeing Christians act ungraciously toward one another when they disagree. Social media has added to the carnage. Christians routinely block each other on Facebook because of doctrinal disagreements. The world watches the bloodletting, and the Christian witness is tarnished.   

But what if every Christian discovered that his or her favorite teacher in church history had blind spots and held to some false - and even shocking - views?   

Best-selling author Frank Viola argues that this simple awareness will soften Christians when they interact with each other in the face of theological disagreements. In ReGrace, he uncovers some of the shocking beliefs held by faith giants like C.S. Lewis, Luther, Calvin, Moody, Spurgeon, Wesley, Graham, and Augustine - not to downgrade or dismiss them, but to show that even "the greats" in church history didn't get everything right. Knowing that the heroes of our faith sometimes got it wrong will empower us to treat our fellow Christians with grace rather than disdain whenever we disagree over theology.

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Excellent book and great content but readers voice awful.

I like the way frank explores the beliefs of the well known figures in the Christian church without adding his own ideas. The second part of the book makes you think about how we deal with other interpretations and understanding of the bible, doctrines and theology and challenges you in how you deal with this. Great book and great content BUT the narration is just beyond awful, the narrators voice is so hard to listen to and really distracts from the content, you really need to struggle to concentrate. Please don’t use this narrator again if you want your books to be heard outside of America, I’m not sure I could listen to this narration again even thought I loved the book and content and really should listen to it again a couple more times to decompress what Frank is saying.