The Smell of Sin: and the Fresh Air of Grace

The Smell of Sin: and the Fresh Air of Grace

by Don Everts

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780830823895
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 01/03/2003
Pages: 141
Sales rank: 698,745
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Don Everts is minister of outreach at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church in Chesterfield, Missouri, where he spends time cultivating relationships with people who are generally skeptical Christians with a passion for evangelism and global justice. He previously served as an area director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Boulder, Colorado. His books include I Once Was Lost, Go and Do , and Jesus with Dirty Feet.

Table of Contents

Why You Shouldn't Read This BookBook One: Why Smell Sin?
1. But I Like My Eyeballs
2. Smelling SinBook Two: Blowing Our Theological Noses
3. Santa Claus
4. Chalk Dust
5. PopcornBook Three: The Smell of Sin
6. Spitting on Mom
7. Revolt of the Branches
8. Dizzy Me
9. Playing in the Grave
10. A Carpenter's Nightmare
11. Life with Chains
12. The Stench WithinBook Four: The Fresh Air of Grace
13. Cry
14. Worship
15. Know
16. Sweat
17. Laugh
18. Run
Afterword

What People are Saying About This

Doug Scott

"Profound and haunting. Don't read this book if you enjoy the casual Christian life. As for me, I'll never 'smell' sin the same way again."
Doug Scott, weekend producer, Axis, Willow Creek Community Church

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bsanner on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Sin stinks. Really! But we often see sin more casually. Maybe we imagine it like a giant carnival. True, there are some weird carnies to avoid, but you can also have time of your life! Or maybe we imagine sin like breaking some dusty old rule in the classroom of life. Yeah, so, I'm passing notes and throwing paper airplanes, but what's the big deal? Well, despite our perceptions, Jesus uses some very powerful - even grotesque - images when talking about the seriousness of sin: a 2x4 splitting your face, sawing off body parts, plucking out your eye. Everts walks his readers through some of Jesus' descriptions of sin, reminding us of the thick stench that sin leaves behind. B