Think Like Jesus

Think Like Jesus

by George Barna
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Think Like Jesus by George Barna

According to researcher George Barna, most born-again Christians live indistinctly from non-believers because they do not think any differently--which is a result of not understanding the basic truths of the Christian faith. In this book, Barna identifies seven core questions that Christians must be able to answer biblically in order to live a transformed life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781418574642
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date: 03/30/2005
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 242
Sales rank: 1,003,703
File size: 406 KB

About the Author

George Barna earned two master’s degrees from Rutger’s University and a doctorate degree from Dallas Baptist University after graduating summa cum laude from Boston College. He is the founder and director of the Barna Research Group Ltd., the nation’s leading marketing research firm focused on the intersection of faith and culture. A native New Yorker, George Barna has filled executive roles in politics, marketing, advertising, media, research and ministry. He is an award-winning author of more than 41 books, including Boiling Point and Leaders on Leadership among others. He lives with his wife, Nancy, and their three daughters in southern California.

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Based on his years of surveys through Barna Research, Barna has used the results to focus on what constitutes a Christian worldview.Barna begins by defining many existing worldviews and their differences from a Christian worldview. He then poses the seven questions that Christians need to know and understand the answers to, that will help them develop the Christian worldview they sorely need. Barna sadly points out that only one of every ten Christians answers these questions correctly. Barna explains the answers to these questions very well using Scriptural references when necessary. The book provided a great follow up to How Now Shall We Live by Colson and Pearcey. I highly recommend it to provide a solid foundation for how we are to view the world and our role in the world from a Christian perspective.