It's about People: How to Treat Others, Especially Those We Disagree With, the Way Jesus Treats Us
How to be like Jesus even when we disagree
In what may be his most important book yet, Jim Hohnberger attempts to reconcile the faith we preach with the gospel we live -- when we disagree. With honesty and sincerity born out of his own sometimes painful experience, Jim shows how Jesus' attitude and approach towards those who didn't receive Him, was just as important as the truth He taught.
If you have ever felt the heartache of rejection because you saw things from a different perspective; if you have ever been the one to wound someone else in your zeal to uphold truth; if you value people above policy or politics, this book is for you.
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