Let's face it: we have become obsessed with our stuff. It is this high-tech, ear-catching, eye-popping, toe-tapping commercial-mania that seems to be having such a profound effect on what American consumers believe is imperative for their day-to-day living. As tax-paying citizens in the wealthiest country the world has ever known, we feel entitled to an ideal lifestyle. It is our birthright to be comfortable and cared for. Our culture's message is that we should accept nothing less. That's why being a follower of Jesus, the Nazarene carpenter, is so revolutionary. And so, so difficult. In both word and deed, he turned the world's priorities upside down. This book takes on the difficult task of answering the questions of how Jesus would live, what he would eat, drive, read, where he would live, work, worship, whom he would marry, befriend, trust, or when he would laugh and cry in America in the 21st century.
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