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We operate under the notion that America belongs to us Christians and that we belong to it. We believe that preaching the Kingdom of God and rallying around the red, white, and blue are always compatible, but if you are like a growing number of Jesus followers, you’ve had this splinter in your mind for a while now that tells you there is something suspicious about attaching a national flag—any national flag—to the cross. With the Sermon on the Mount as the constant reference point, The Jesus Tribe fleshes out the implications, possibilities, contradictions, and complexities of what it means to live within the Jesus Tribe and in the shadow of the American Empire. Read more and purchase The Jesus Tribe here.
“Those who follow Jesus will find more adventure, freedom, and religion-bursting grace than they can stand, all the things that make traveling worth the effort. But they will also find that Jesus and institutional religion are on a collision course. After all, Jesus did not come to tinker with our ideas about God. He came to show us who God really is. Jesus did not come to build cathedrals or pulpits. He came to start a revolution.” – From Leaving Religion, Following Jesus
“I first met Joseph when he burst onto the flannel graph board of my Sunday school classroom, that infamous ‘coat of many colors’ flapping in the Palestinian breeze. But I’ve learned that his account is more than a quaint children’s story. It is a story of injustice, perseverance, and forgiveness. And it is a story that belongs to us all. For those wondering what God is doing in some far away heaven; for those who have been deeply wronged by those closest to them; and for those trying to bear up beneath a load of injustice: These will find Joseph’s story to be their very own.” – From But God Meant it for Good