Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. (1 John 5:12)
A simple faith in the risen Jesus has become a multi-faceted worldwide organisation, with structures and hierarchies and thousands of different expressions and textures. It is surely not too late to re-evaluate everything we think and do in the name of our Jewish Messiah. This book shows us that there can be another way to live THE LIFE … for those with an open mind and a teachable spirit.
Using tools developed over the last few years in a series of ground-breaking books, the author re-examines a wide spectrum of what we think and how we act as followers of Jesus Christ. To move forwards in our faith, we really need to go back to the very beginning …
240 pages ISBN 978-0-9931910-5-3
Here's an excerpt from a review by Chris Hill:
“It isn’t often these days that I spring to my feet while reading a Christian book and shout, “Praise the `Lord!”, but LIVIN’ THE LIFE has had me up and shouting more than once! Steve Maltz has written this book at the top of his game. All of it is good, some parts are quite brilliant and packed with revelation. The Lord really spoke to me and reached parts that other books have never reached. That’s some claim. Scriptural, lively, amusing and extremely penetrating, CLICK HERE FOR MORE REVIEWS
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In early May 2009, Steve was interviewed about "How the Church Lost The Way" by John Pantry for his live breakfast phone-in show on Premier Radio. We have the full interview here.
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