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The Grand Paradox If We Were Made For Relationship With God, Why Do We Often Feel Lost And Distant From Him The Life Of Christian Faith Is And Always Has Been A Beautifully Awkward Reality Following Jesus Is Done Can Only Be Done In The Messiness Of This World Into Which We Were All Born Yet Many Christians Expect The Walk Of Faith To Be Easier, Neater, And Relatively Devoid Of Hassles.So Perhaps It S Time For A Frank Conversation About The True Nature Of Christian Faith Maybe There Are Many Desperately In Need Of A Clear Dialogue About How Despite Living In A Turbulent, Chaotic World Our Greatest Joy Is Found In Our Pursuit Of God.In The Grand Paradox, Ken Wytsma Seeks To Help Readers Understand That Although God Can Be Mysterious, He Is In No Way Absent.God S Ways Are Contradictory And Counter To The Way The World Tells Us To Pursue Happiness.Doubt Is Okay, It Will Accompany In The Life Of Faith.What Looks Like Struggle Can Actually Be The Most Important And Meaningful Season Of Our Lives.This Book Is An Exploration Of The Art Of Living By Faith It Is A Book For All Those Wrestling With The Paradoxes That Confront Those Who Seek To Walk With Christ It S An Honest Look At How Faith Works, Here And Now, In Our Culture, Our Time And How To Put Down Real Roots And Flourish In The Midst Of Our Messy Lives.

10 thoughts on “The Grand Paradox

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    I believe we are all closet doubters, Ken Wytsma says.We don t always recognize it as such but doubt is our path to God Here s what Ken says about doubt in his book Throughout Scripture, God never challenges whether doubt should exist It is the one point of unity between us and God the recognition that we struggle with faith, belief, and trust Where we differ from God is what we think shoul...

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    Honestly, I did not expect much from this book I had never heard of the author but I picked it up when I saw a few people recommend it on Twitterand it was free for a few days After reading some challenging books this summer, from philosophers who hurt my brain to early church writers who make me feel guilty for being rich compared...

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    If you want a simple, step by step approach to the Christian faith don t read The Grand Paradox by Ken Wytsma Like his earlier volume, Pursuing Justice, Wytsma examines an idea from many different angles In the former book he looked at the mosaic of justice Here he turns around the jewel of faith in all its mysterious and messy glory This isn t a book about easy faith with pat answers Wytsma is muchinterested in the paradoxical nature of faith how walking by faith calls u

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    The first thing you read when you open this book is a quote from G K Chesterton Paradox simply means a certain defiant joy which belongs to belief I like that a defiant joy And paradox or tension, both concepts work permeates everything The world is exceedingly unstable, yet we declare that God is eternally trustworthy.Human beings are fatally fragile, yet we dare to suggest that we re also immortal souls.Everything is running down and burning out, but we hope for renewal Par

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    This book is one of the most helpful books I ve ever read on navigating the Christian life and changed the way I think about my faith on a daily basis I d highly recommend it.

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    Note This book was provided for free by BookLook Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for an honest review This book certainly lives up to its name, as it is full of paradoxes It is a book that calls on obedience and decries cheap grace, but defines that righteousness a bit narrowly as social justice It is a book that claims to seek a way beyond the partisan divide, but is itself narrowly focused with liberal political agendas immigration, poverty reform, income redistribution with a

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    Ken Wytsma s book was very thought provoking It gave me much to consider and ponder I even saw myself being described in a couple of chapters Ken caused me to be stretched and to grow I am still giving thought to what he wrote.

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    This book was a pleasure to read and gave insight on faith in a believer s journey through the messiness of life There are many paradoxes in the life of faith as played forth in scripture How we walk the Christian life is how we balance the paradoxes Think about some of these Die to live Serve to gain Give to receive Lose your life to find it The first will be last The weak will be strong Walk by faith, not by sight Suffering can be blessing.Most of the time we tend to walk by sight This boo

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    It took my husband and I 4 months to read this book page by page during breakfast It was wonderful refreshing, profound, and thought provoking Read it

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    In The Grand Paradox Ken Wytsma invites us to sit around his dining room table and engage in a frank conversation about the true nature of Christian faith One can envision sitting in Ken s house with occasional appearances by his wife, Tamara, and four daughters, talking philosophy, history and the Bible into the wee hours of the night Do we have a wrong definition of faith How do I talk to God or hear from him What is God up to in this world Do I have to give up the things that ma In The Grand Para

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