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What John Eldredge Teaches Me

From Sacred Romance (1997) to Journey of Desire (’01), Wild At Heart (’01), to Waking the Dead (’03), Epic (’04), to Walking with God (’08), to Beautiful Outlaw (’11) and now The Utter Relief of Holiness (’13)–I’ve read my share … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge

Since learning of John Eldredge one day in chapel, during my undergrad days, I’ve been reading his works on and off.  As I’ve said in a previous post, there’s a kind of adventure that Eldredge takes me on that I’ve … Continue reading

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A Sobering Question

In reading John Eldredge’s Beautiful Outlaw, a book about the personality of Jesus as revealed in the Gospels, I came across a question that has gripped me and would not let go: What do you think Jesus thinks about you? … Continue reading

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John Eldredge on Knowing and Experiencing Jesus

From time to time, I enjoy reading an John Eldredge book.  He has a way of taking me outdoors–you know, on an adventure. I found the following from his Beautiful Outlaw quite useful: Jesus came to reveal God to us.  … Continue reading

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