Challenge the Status Quo
The Radical Question offers a compelling introduction to Radical’s challenge to the contemporary church. In this concise message, Platt asks, "What is Jesus worth to you?" Then he explores what a commitment to Jesus would actually look like in action.
The Radical Idea extracts key passages in Radical Together, the follow up to Radical, to show readers that church is not built on places, performances, programs, or professionals, but on people. Platt argues that those of us in the pews are meant to be active and intentional in spreading the good news of the gospel because when ordinary believers mobilize in everyday ministry, communities and church families change dramatically.
"The goal of the church is never for one person to be equipped and empowered to lead as many people as possible to Christ. The goal is always for all of God's people to be equipped and empowered to lead as many people as possible to Christ."
First there was Radical, by pastor/author, David Platt. A challenging & sobering text for the follower of Christ. Then there was Radical Together. A challenging, motivating, & convicting text for the followers of Christ,…Read Review
Title: The Radical Question and A Radical Idea Author: David Platt Date I Finished Reading: October 11,2012 My Rating: 5/5 What does Jesus mean to you? To some christians in other areas of the…Read Review
"The Radical Question" by David Platt is an easy-to-read title that really is composed of two books: The Radical Question - the reader is challenged to think about what's really important and has more eternal…Read Review
Book Review The Radical Question A Radical Idea About the book The radical question offers a compelling introduction to Radical's challenge to the contemporary church. In this concise message, Platt asks, "What is…Read Review
The Radical Question talks about how many of the people who follow Jesus in America don't pay too much attention to what he cared about most. His utmost priority was spreading the news that God is available to all people rich or poor.…Read Review