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The Perfect Christian

How Sinners Like Us Can Be More Like Jesus

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Can a Christian really be perfect this side of Heaven?

Of course not, but God calls us to be perfect. And against the standards of God's perfections, our imperfections are glaring-yet he does not reduce his standards or lower his expectations. What's a believer to do?

In The Perfect Christian nationally acclaimed speaker and teacher Dr. Tony Evans calls believers back to God's demand for perfection. Evans suggests that the answer lies within the problem: "The God who burdens us with the demand also provides the ability, strength, direction, and support we need to grow into greater conformity with His character."

With powerful biblical teaching, heart-grabbing insights, and unforgettable anecdotes, Evans challenges you to "March in a new direction in keeping with the perfect demands of our loving heavenly Father." The end-of-the-chapter "Test your Perfection IQ" questions invite you to consider how close to perfection you are now and how you can grow from there.

Contributor(s) Tony Evans
About the Contributor(s) Tony Evans
Tony Evans is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, and president of The Urban Alternative, a ministry that promotes the application of Scripture to bring about spiritual change in the community through the church. The author ofThe Kingdom Agendaand featured speaker on the radio broadcast "The Alternative with Tony Evans," he is also a leading spokesperson for biblical radical reconciliation and is in constant demand as an inspirational speaker. Evans and his wife, Lois live in Dallas.
UPC 020049042519
ISBN-10 0849942519
ISBN-13 9780849942518
Release Date Oct 12, 2000
Weight (lbs) 0.6700
Height 8.5
Width 5.5
Length 288
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $17.98
Format Paperback
Language English

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