Benjamin Corey's Book, UNDILUTED, is Named One of the Revangelical's Most Anticipated Books of 2014
First time author, Benjamin Corey, is set to release his book, "Undiluted," through Destiny Image Publishers in August of this year, but he is already gaining attention and was recently listed as one of Revangelical's Most Anticipated Books of 2014.
"Ben confronts the all too watered down versions of the Gospel that are promoted in many churches today and offers the good news of Jesus in a truly undiluted manner," said Brandan Roberston, founder and director of Revangelical, a website dedicated to providing an alternative Evangelical methodology.
In the book, Corey confronts our vision of Jesus head-on, asking the hard question: Is what we see and hear in the modern church all there is to the Gospel; or is there a more radical side to Jesus than we have been lead to believe?
This radical Jesus and His Gospel:
- Do not overemphasize certain sins, while neglecting others
- Have a completely different vision of what following Him looks like than we do
- Place no limitations on what kind of people He reached out to
- Is not politically affiliated, but Kingdom committed
"Undiluted" will bring you to a place of deep hunger to know the person of Jesus. And as you know Him, you will be transformed into a radical follower of this radical Jesus and His Gospel.
Corey is a two-time graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with Master's degrees in Theology and World Missions. He is currently a Doctor of Missiology student at Fuller Seminary. Besides his personal blog at Formerly Fundie, he has been featured by Sojourners, and has appeared on HuffPost Live.
Interviews, review copies and giveaway copies are available upon request.
Destiny Image, located in Shippensburg, Pa, was founded in 1983 by Pastor Don Nori, Sr. It seeks to accurately represent authors who have a call to share God's present word to His people and to make these authors easily accessible to the Christian body around the world in every form of media possible.