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Outlaw Christian  by Jacqueline A. Bussie.

Little description: Jacqueline Bussie knows that too many Christians live according to unspoken “laws” that govern the Christian life: #1: Never get angry at God; #2: Never doubt; #3: Never question; #4: Never tell your real story; #5: Always speak in clichés about evil and suffering; and #6: Always believe hope comes easy for those who truly love God.

Living according to these rules is killing real Christian life; Outlaw Christian proposes a rebellious, life-giving, authentic alternative. Through captivating stories and with disarming honesty, Bussie gives concrete, practical strategies to help readers cultivate hope, seek joy, practice accompaniment, compost their pain, and rediscover the spiritual practice of lament. Tackling difficult questions without political divisiveness, Bussie speaks to both progressive and conservative Christians in ways that unite rather than divide. And in doing so, she provides a new way to handle the most difficult and troubling questions of life in a broken world that God will never abandon.

Genre: Christian Living

Find the book on Amazon here.

My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5

Jacqueline strikes the most hardest questions the Christian believer has. With the unwritten rules of the Christianity, she disarms the lies that try to mask darkness in the lives of believers.

Her outlaw Christian philosophy means finding authentic faith by breaking the “rules”. Topics like angry at God, doubting your faith, God’s plan, scare to tell real story, seven ways to find hope. Deep insights will be a life-changer, eye-opener…

Provided by BookLook Bloggers as a complementary copy for my opinion and review.