Psychotic Inertia

Psychotic Inertia : A Book About Calling and Confusion

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The only way to break out of a life going in circles, is to know who you truly are and what God's really like. Forget glib and meaningless punch lines like "God's in control" or "He has a plan for my life". It's time to ask some serious questions about our calling and it's time to get off the couch. We do not have a problem with faith, or hearing God's voice. Our problem is that our fear and laziness have tweaked our view of God and created a weird Christian subculture where God tells people who to marry, where to work, and how to tie their shoes. The results of this subculture is twofold: we have developed a low grade psychosis where we think we're hearing things from God and we've also got stuck on a path that doesn't look anything like our true selves or God's priorities. Patrick Dodson has been working on the question of guidance and calling for 30 years in 30+ countries with thousands of people. Patrick's commitment to communicating the sometimes brutal truth about our dualistic lifestyles is matched by his commitment to God, His word, and His people.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 236 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 322g
  • Mount Albert, New Zealand
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0986462616
  • 9780986462610
  • 225,879

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