Unquestioned Answers: Rethinking Ten Christian Clichés to Rediscover Biblical Truths by Jeff Myers [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

We hear and say short Christian clichés all the time, such as “Jesus was a social justice warrior,” “Just have faith,” and “It’s not my place to judge.” These trite statements often go unquestioned. Sometimes they even substitute for truth, leading to a fragile and shallow faith. But what if a close study of these clichés could lead us to deep biblical truth?

In Unquestioned Answers, Dr. Jeff Myers rethinks ten popular Christian clichés. Through an in-depth and fresh look, Myers shares insights into these overused statements to strengthen readers’ faith and encourage them to share Jesus with others. Walk with Myers on a path to biblical truth as he explores critical topics such as social justice, faith, sin, loving others, God’s goodness, prayer, and more.

REVIEW

After reading this book I realize how often we make these statements instead of looking for the truth or offering genuine compassion for others. I will endeavor to avoid using any of these cliches in the future!

  • “God said it; I believe it; that settles it for me.”
  • “Just have faith.”
  • “God will heal our land if we humble ourselves and pray.”
  • “It’s just me and Jesus.”
  • “Love the sinner; hate the sin.”
  • “Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.”
  • “Jesus was a social justice warrior.”
  • “It’s not my place to judge.”
  • “This world has nothing for me.”
  • “God is good all the time—all the time God is good.”

I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

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