Finny Kuruvilla. Many people today say, “I’m spiritual, but not religious.” Such language reveals a hunger for God but a distaste for the church. Even in the church, Christians are asking, “Is this what church is supposed to be?” Many Christians sense deep down that there is supposed to be something more, but are unsure of what that something is. King Jesus Claims His Church presents a stirring, bold vision for the church that is both biblical and timely.

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Finny Kuruvilla. Many people today say, “I’m spiritual, but not religious.” Such language reveals a hunger for God but a distaste for the church. Even in the church, Christians are asking, “Is this what church is supposed to be?” Many Christians sense deep down that there is supposed to be something more, but are unsure of what that something is. King Jesus Claims His Church presents a stirring, bold vision for the church that is both biblical and timely.

380 pp. Paperback.

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Weight21.9 oz
Dimensions9 × 6 × .9 in
Book author

Finny Kuruvilla

Format

Paperback

Pages

380

Publisher

Anchor Cross Publishing

ISBN

978-0-9742727-9-5

2 reviews for King Jesus Claims His Church
Finny Kuruvilla

  1. Caleb Jenkins

    I really appreciated this book by Finny Kuruvilla as he systematically laid out a clear and powerful vision for the Church, the Ekklesia to live by and follow. I also appreciated his introduction which laid out why we should say King Jesus today instead of Jesus Christ! I was very glad to meet Finny earlier this year at a conference and talk to him about a few of his thoughts in these books especially on the Regulative Principle. If you want to read a book that exalts King Jesus, the church of Jesus Christ, and the historical teachings of the Church, you will definitely want to read this book. Yet, if you want to continue living a nominal evangelical american christian life that has no power, then don’t dare pick up this book because it will challenge you to live only for King Jesus and His followers. I don’t know if I’ve ever read a better book about the Church!

  2. Micah Hozen

    Be prepared for a thorough vision for the church of Jesus Christ in the twenty first century, anchored in the historic faith “once delivered to the saints.” Finny lays a biblical, theological, and historical foundation for the church. He doesn’t just give pie-in-the-sky ideas that float around, but he applies these things to the life of the church. He draws from many authors, present and ancient, to show how the life of the body of Christ should reflect the Kingdom of God in any culture. It is a long book, because it is a comprehensive view of the church, but the chapters are manageable size. It is very readable, but it does have a depth to satisfy the mind and spirit. This book would be great for pastors, church planters, missionaries, Christians, and even non-Christians who are tired of living life without vision and passion. Finally, I have seen these ideas lived out in a dynamic and real way in the Followers of the Way churches in Boston.

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