“Where there is no vision, the people perish.”
Mark Batterson calls us to a time of Reformation, “born out of the rediscovering of something ancient, something primal. They (Reformations) are born out of primal truths rediscovered, reimagined, and radically reapplied to our lives.”
This was the first book I’ve read from Mark Batterson, but I was engrossed from the beginning when he asked the question: “Does your heartbreak for the things that break the heart of God?”
Mark takes you, chapter by chapter, back to where Christianity is really from — these words of Christ spoken two thousand years ago: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” He explains how Christianity is essentially primal compassion, wonder, curiosity, and energy — Christianity in its true raw form — and not the complicated Christianity that exists today. Your previous thinking may be challenged, because reading this book will expose the authentic way to find and know God once again, the way He is to be known!
Want more information? Watch this video as Mark explains:
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One response to “Book Review: "Primal" by Mark Batterson”
I read another one of his book and really liked it. Have a great week! :O)