The Body

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Thomas Nelson, May 1, 1996 - Christian life - 496 pages
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A newly released special edition of the life-changing classic from Charles Colson.

Once every generation, a book comes along that defines debate, shapes attitudes, and changes society. The Body is such a book.

Because its message is so powerful and timeless, The Body -- winner of the 1993 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion and the ECPA Gold Medallion as Book of the Year -- is now presented in a special edition-version that includes a fresh new introduction by the authors and the comprehensive study guide.

In this watershed book, Colson pulls no punches: The church is in an identity crisis. He dares Christians to renounce the petty, sectarian divisions that blunt the church's witness in the world and calls us to affirm our oneness even as we celebrate our diversity.

Provocative and insightful, The Body will inspire discussion and debate for years to come -- and it just might be God's tool to challenge His people to return to the glorious, holy vision for which He created the church.

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User Review  - Biographyguy - Goodreads

God certainly works in mysterious ways. I have always felt, since becoming a Christian, that my calling was to become a pastor. I really was mentally preparing myself for whatever God had in store for ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dayo Adewoye - Goodreads

A brilliant book that reminds the church that her first duty is to be 'the Church.' Read full review

Contents

WHAT IS THE CHURCH?
1
Identity Crisis
21
Gimme That Hot Tub Religion
29
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Colson, formerly special counsel to President Nixon, is founder and chairman of Prison Fellowship and the Wilberforce Forum. He also chairs the Council for Biotechnology Policy. Colson's Breakpoint daily radio commentaries are heard by more than one million listeners.

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