Scott Douglas (or at least his wife) went on an organic kick, it was because they wanted products at their purest, without manmade additions. A conversation about
a leaf organic toilet paper made him wonder, if our spiritual lives could be lived in an organic way.
Scott had been having a troubled feeling about his faith, and as a result started looking for the Organic Jesus. To quote from the book…
The troubled feeling I had been experiencing came from not having been told the complete story about who Jesus is. I needed to search and uncover the Organic Jesus—to take away the Wiki journeys to pointlessness and all the things that had created a flavorful, chemically produced, spectacle-driven Jesus—to strip it all away, and return to the Jesus I knew before I ever owned a computer or heard of the Internet. The Jesus I innocently accepted at age seven.
I’m not going to discuss any of the conclusions, or share thoughts on what Organic Jesus has to say about… Jesus (Go and see the Organic Jesus website to find out more). What I will shout about is how the search for .
Simply put, if you struggle with books, this is the book for you. This is a book with short punchy chapters, with built in “Wiki breaks” that both distract you from, and keep you in the book. It has quizzes, references to the website, and ideas about what you can tweet / facebook about.
This is an ideal book for people more comfortable dropping down the wiki rabbit hole, then they are reading a book about Jesus.
Check out the Organic Jesus website for videos, quizzes and things.
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