Metamorpha: Jesus as a Way of Life (Google eBook)

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Baker Books, Apr 1, 2007 - Religion - 272 pages
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In a rapidly changing world it is difficult to know how renew our vision of life. But that, according to Kyle Strobel, is the key to transformation in the Christian life and in the world. So how does one develop an orthodox worldview in the midst of a culture in flux?
Metamorpha invites readers to look to the Bible, the Holy Spirit, and community as "informers" used by Christ to grow, mold, and form us into his image. Rather than taking a position on what view readers should have, Strobel helps Christians use these three informers to develop a vision of life that will both guide their ways of relating to the world and weather the winds of change.
  

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Review: Metamorpha: Jesus as a Way of Life

User Review  - Kathie - Goodreads

In the midst of this for a small group study (just three of us), liking the idea of being forced to shift my worldview to meet God, not the other way around. Read full review

Review: Metamorpha: Jesus as a Way of Life

User Review  - Danny Bennett - Goodreads

This is a great book that talks about the journey of the Christian life. It gets kinda dull and repetative in the middle, but I read it at a time when I was just starting to realize that God is as concerned about the journey as He is about the destination. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
A New Way of Seeing
Embracing Metamorpha
A Tale of Two Visions
Believer Deconstruction
The Breath of Life
Mirrors and Conduits
Narcissus Reimagined
The Road of Human Flourishing
Life through Death
At the Foot of the Master
Community of Light
A Vision for the Future
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About the author (2007)

Kyle Strobel is a speaker, writer, and a practitioner of spiritual formation, discipleship, and community transformation. He has a masters in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics and another masters in New Testament from Talbot School of Theology. After doing further masters work in Spiritual Formation, Kyle has started his Ph.D in theology at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, where Kyle and his wife Kelli currently reside. Kyle is also co-founder and director of Metamorpha.com, an online community for spiritual formation.

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