A Faith Manifesto: A Christian Perspective on Unity and Acceptance
Why can’t Protestants all get along? Mainline, Evangelical, and Charismatic. Oh, my! What about Catholic and Mormon? Where do they fit in? Or don’t they? Don’t forget Judaism and Islam?
Is there a place at the table for everyone? It’s getting quite crowded.
But there’s more to consider: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Taoism, Shinto, Confucianism…
Should we get a bigger tent or build a smaller box? The answer may surprise you.
A Faith Manifesto: A Christian Perspective on Unity and Acceptance is an essential belief statement of what it means to follow Jesus, the Christ, as revealed in the Bible. Weighing in at a mere 2,800 words, A Faith Manifesto is a quick read that’s packed with elegant simplicity, yet offers much to contemplate.
Proclaiming the Bible as a foundation for belief, we ask the question, “What did Jesus say?” Looking at Jesus’s own words from the biblical account, the evidence mounts to produce a fresh perspective of what it means to be a Christian. The results can wipe away centuries of assumptions and manmade traditions that don’t align with Jesus’s teaching.
And that’s just part one. There are two more parts—even more daring than the first.
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