Tullian's experience convinced him that young Christians today don’t want a faith community that tries to come off as appealing and trendy. Christ followers are called to embrace a standard that’s “out of this world.” Why? Because the only way to make a difference in the world is by being different.
To help his listeners re-imagine a radically “unfashionable” lifestyle, Tullian examines what Gospel-infused priorities would look like in relationships, community, work, finances and culture. Listeners will come away with a clear picture of what it means to live subversively–and redemptively–for God.
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Joanna Holman says:
In Unfashionable Tullian Tchividjian argues that the way the church will have the impact it is meant to have on the world is by being different. In a time where relevance is fanatically pursued at all costs by many Christians and Christians do no better than non-Christians on many moral issues it is a timely message. The book starts with a critique of the desire to be cool in the eyes of the wo... Read more