If God Is Love: Rediscoveing Grace in an Ungracious World

If God Is Love: Rediscoveing Grace in an Ungracious World

by Philip Gulley, James Mulholland
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If God Is Love: Rediscoveing Grace in an Ungracious World 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Truly an amazing read and perspective on the Christian faith. As a Divinity School student, I would consider this book to be one of the most influential on my studies than any other book (excluding the Bible, of course). But this book, in ways, takes the Bible and defines it and our faith in a way that I imagine Christ would have. Certainly, I admit that it is a controversial and difficult perspective to maintain---but it's absolutely beautiful and one hundred percent inspiring to me on my daily walk of faith.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An heart-opening, life-changing book revealing God's own heart for all people. It has influenced me to be different and to see differently, in all my spheres of experience and relationship: as a wife, mother of grown children, sister, nurse, colleague, mentor. The authors have confirmed to me what I've felt all along, that God loves extravagantly all of his children, and condemns no one to hell-fire.
PeorianPastor More than 1 year ago
As a pastor, I appreciate finally hearing of God's grace and mercy and how that graceful living can impact everything we do. Too many books nowadays focus on hell or on rightful living, always with the threat of punishment behind them. Gully and Mulholland take a different approach...and explain together how they arrived at that approach. The approach is one of grace. Grace that infiltrates everything we do...from how we do church and worship to how we live out our everydays. I agree with 80% of what they present here. I too am a universalist...however I disagree with HOW that grace is given to the world. In my book, Jesus is the conduit of God's grace. Jesus saves the world in his death and resurrection. That is a fact. A fact for the Christian as well as the Hindu and the Muslim and everyone else. The fact that we believe differently doesn't make that fact not true. I don't believe Gully or Mulholland see Jesus as pivotal as this...and so they eventually arrive at a different "reason" for this grace. Grace is grace...given to all, free to all, given by Christ. I can't take out that Christ part...and still be Christian. Excellent book though...one that would be dangerous to speak of in mixed circles. Read this book with care and share it with care...or be prepared to be called a heretic...or worse!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It has been my experience that if you apply this book and its predesessor "If Grace is True" to your daily life you will "see" AMAZING results. The only true test of spiritual concepts are how they are "demonstrated" in your life. Not how I speculate things to be based on popular opinon. As the writers state, "can i possibly go wrong by over estimating GOD's Love".....
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