J.K. Hodge

Grace & Peace: A Plea for Spiritual Humility

Grace & Peace: A Plea for Spiritual Humility by J.K. Hodge
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For readers of:Rob Bell, Brennan Manning, Anne LaMott, Richard Mouw, C.S. Lewis
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Print Length142 pages
PublisherZeteo Press
Publication DateJuly 2014
About the Book

Christians worship a God of grace and peace, but too often the body of Christ is marked by pride, legalism, and divisiveness. The wars of modern-day Christianity are fought through billboards, picket signs, boycotts, blog posts, and hastily-sent tweets. They may be less bloody than the crusades of the past, but the wounds they inflict are severe nonetheless. Combining personal narrative with scholarly insight, Grace & Peace examines the problem of pride and envisions a more humble approach to Christian spirituality.

About the Author

J.K. Hodge is a graduate of Calvin College, Western Michigan University, and California State University-Dominguez Hills. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematics and an M.A. in negotiation, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding. Hodge is currently an associate professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI. He attends Mars Hill Bible Church with his wife and three children.

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