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WHI-971 | Is Living Like Jesus Enough?

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Some postmodern Christians have begun to argue that what we believe is not as important as what we do, and that Christianity is primarily about "living like Jesus." But are good works enough? Don't we have to believe something? On this edition of the program the host discuss this issue with Michael Wittmer, author of Don't Stop Believing: Why Living Like Jesus is Not Enough.

Some postmodern Christians have begun to argue that what we believe is not as important as what we do, and that Christianity is primarily about "living like Jesus." But are good works enough? Don't we have to believe something? On this edition of the program the host discuss this issue with Michael Wittmer, author of Don't Stop Believing: Why Living Like Jesus is Not Enough.




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[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2009whi971nov15.mp3|titles=WHI 971|artists=White Horse Inn]


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