Cobra Kai and Sanctification

Cobra Kai and Sanctification

by Zachary Bartels

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Christians today have a pretty nice little relationship with the old self and the deeds of the flesh. Many have worked out their differences and have learned to coexist in peace and harmony.

And that's the problem.

In Cobra Kai and Sanctification, you will learn to be less of a whiny little Daniel LaRusso and instead embrace the Way of the Fist in your battle against sin.

What then, shall we go on sinning that grace may abound? NO, SENSEI!

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161531952
Publisher: Gut Check Press
Publication date: 08/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 953,843
File size: 521 KB

About the Author

An award-winning preacher and Bible teacher, Zachary Bartels has served as pastor of Judson Baptist Church ( since 2005. He holds degrees from Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.

His debut novel, Playing Saint, has been called an "intrigue-filled thriller" (Library Journal) and "a page-turner from the very beginning . . . gripping and realistic" (RT Book Reviews) and was a finalist for the 2015 Inspys and Carol Awards. His followup, The Last Con (HarperCollins Christian Fiction) "will leave readers stunned" (RT Book Reviews) and also short-listed for a 2016 Inspy. More recently, he has released Playing Saint: All Souls Day (the sequel to Playing Saint) and Clinch: A Novel, which is geared toward young adult audiences.

Zachary lives with his wife and son in the capital city of a mitten-shaped state, where he enjoys film, fine cigars, stimulating conversation, gourmet coffee, reading, writing, and cycling. He also hosts Clinch: A Podcast of Fiction and Not-Fiction and co-hosts The Gut Check Podcast and These Go to 11 (

You can find more information about Zachary (as well as follow his blog, twitter, and facebook) at

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