Just how reformed do you think you are?
With clarity of insight that comes only from firsthand experience, the authors of Kinda Christianity take on their own cultural-theological movement, offering tips and tricks for all you New Calvinists. From what to wear to who to marry (and how to court them) to what to read, Ted Kluck and Zach Bartels help you work out your reformedness with fear and trembling.
"Kluck and Bartels don't wanna talk, they wanna scream at people, but they don't wanna listen or problem solve and that's what's frustrating about the dynamic of the group."-Richard Slade, M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
"This is one of those seminal works that embodies a significant portion of our Reformed theological heritage. We all should rejoice to see this material finally available in English!"-Cory Hartman, age 12
"Demonstrates an indirect relationship and similarity between the perichoretic 'intra divine' communion and the complementary 'divine-human' relation."-Robert Rusigliano, professional boxer; mason
|Publisher:||Gut Check Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.14(d)|
About the Author
Ted has played professional indoor football, coached high school football, trained as a professional wrestler, served as a miss-ionary, and taught writing courses at the college level. He lives in Grand Ledge, Michigan, with his wife Kristin and sons Tristan and Maxim. He probably has being Young, Restless, and Reformed to thank for much of his Christian writing career. For more information, visit www.tedkluck.com.
Zach Bartels is the author of 42 Months Dry and Kinda Christianity (with Ted Kluck), which peaked at #2 in the religious humor category on Amazon.com. He pastors a church in Lansing, Michigan, where he lives with his wife Erin and their son Calvin.
He enjoys listening to Lecrae, podcasting The White Horse Inn, and smoking one cigar every two weeks. And, even though he lives in the Midwest, he just wears the khakis. For more information, visit www.pastorzach.com.