Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self and Society

Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self and Society

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Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self and Society by Jay Bakker

If anyone ever had a reason to leave the faith, Jay Bakker did. The son of mega-televangelists Jim Bakker and the late Tammy Faye Messner, Bakker was only 11 years old when his parents' PTL ministry was caught in a high-profile accounting fraud scandal, and his family was devastated by his father's affair and his parents' subsequent divorce.

A disillusioned Bakker turned to drugs and alcohol and left his childhood beliefs behind. But along the way, an interesting thing happened: Bakker came to understand, through all his pain, what God's grace was really all about.

FALL TO GRACE re-envisions the true nature of grace and what it means in everyday life. With disarming humility, poignant observations, and spot-on theology, Bakker challenges Christians to reassess their understanding of salvation and invites non-Christians to see Jesus with fresh eyes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446539494
Publisher: FaithWords
Publication date: 09/04/2012
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Jay Bakker is co-pastor of Revolution Church NYC, a church that meets in a bar and has a strong online following. Bakker speaks to congregations and other groups all over the country about faith, grace, and his experiences with the underside of life and Christianity. He is the feature of a Sundance Channel original documentary, One Punk Under God, and he has appeared on Good Morning America, 20/20, and Larry King Live. His print appearances include Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Time, FHM, Charisma, and Relevant. Bakker previously authored Son of a Preacher Man. His new book, Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I've Crossed, will be released by Jericho Books in February 2013.

Martin Edlund has written about pop culture, religion, travel and politics for the Wall Street Journal, Slate, the New Republic, and the New York Times, among other publications. He currently works in global health for an organization fighting malaria in Africa.

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