Everything Must Change

Brian McLaren may not eat locusts or wear clothing made of camel’s hair. But in Everything Must Change, this modern-day prophet issues a piercing critique of a U.S. church which, he says, too often serves as a force of “domestication, resignation, pacification, and distraction” rather than “liberation and transformation.” All the while, a perfect storm of global crises gathers ominously on the horizon. But like the prophets of old, McLaren balances his warnings of impending doom with a compelling invitation “to defect” from the world’s “suicide system” and to join Jesus’ nonviolent insurgency of peace, generosity and sustainable living.

 

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