David Platt: Why the Great Commission is Great.
In Radical, David Platt invites you to encounter what Jesus actually said about being his disciple, and then obey what you have heard. He challenges you to consider with an open heart how we have manipulated a God-centered gospel to fit our human-centered preferences. With passionate storytelling and convicting biblical analysis, Platt calls into question a host of comfortable notions that are.
In Counter Culture, New York Times bestselling author David Platt shows Christians how to actively take a stand on such issues as poverty, sex trafficking, marriage, abortion, racism, and religious liberty—and challenges us to become passionate, unwavering voices for Christ.
Radical By David Platt Radical Website. Chapter 1 - Someone Worth Losing Everything For What Radical Abandonment To Jesus Really Means. Platt starts off stating how challenged he was by the example of Jesus when he became a pastor at a mega church. he boldly claims how Jesus challenged the crowds with his commands when the crowds got to be too big then found Himself among a chosen few. Platt.
In Secret Church 1 David Platt examines a rather large portion of the Bible that many Christians find confusing and even intimidating—the Old Testament. This study looks at the Old Testament in its literary, historical, and theological dimensions, and it offers a survey of all 39 books. As we'll see, there's more here than a collection of good moral principles and examples. The God-inspired.
Overcoming the American Dream The Book Radical, by David Platt shows us this idea of the American dream and how it has negatively affected how Christians live today. Platt says, “I could not help but think that somewhere along the way we had missed what is radical about our faith and replaced it with what is comfortable. We are settling for a Christianity that revolves around catering to.
David Platt is deeply devoted to the Word of God and sharing the gospel with all of his readers and anyone who will listen. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, a Master of Divinity, a Master of Theology and a Doctor of Philosophy.
Radical by David Platt May 25, 2010 Review by Kevin DeYoung (Editor's Note: In the process of reviewing Radical, Kevin DeYoung reached out to the author David Platt. Platt has written a response, which we are happy to include below DeYoung's review.) David Platt. Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From the American Dream. Multnomah 2010. 240 pages.