T.E. Hannah on The Problem with a (Merely) Personal Jesus

T.E. Hannah on The Problem with a Personal Jesus

Should I “accept” Jesus as my “personal savior”?  What does this entail, and how does it resonate with the Good News message?

T.E. Hannah’s Analysis, in short:

 1. Christians Are Called To Follow, Not Accept

2. Christians Conform To Christ, Not Christ To Christians

3. Christians Are Called To Community, Not Isolation

4. Christians Are Called To Serve, Not Be Served

5. Christians Are Saved For More Than Just Themselves

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