In the spirit of C. S. Lewis' Mere Christianity here is a concise and powerful introduction to the surprising Way of Jesus Christ.
Is Christianity a bland, domesticated religion, unthreatening and easy to grasp? Or is it the most exotic, unexpected, and uncanny of religious paths? For the mystics and saints -- and for Robert Barron who discovered Christianity through them -- it is surely the strangest way. "At its very center," writes Barron, "is a God who comes after us with reckless abandon, breaking open his own heart in love in order to include us in the rhythm of his own life." What could be more compelling?
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