Expand our spiritual thought
Earlier this year, WordBytes launched a new learning format entitled The Clarion Word Classics. The word “clarion” comes from the Latin word claru or ‘clear’. Used as an adjective, it means ‘loud and clear’.
Our intent with this quarterly series is to make “loud and clear” what is ours in Christ (Rom. 8:17) and the relevancy of our faith for this present generation (Matt. 24:34).
With The Clarion Word Classics we will share faith writings from key theologians who will strengthen and enrich our spiritual lives and faith walk. Some from sage theologians and writers and also introduce contemporary writers who express spiritual answers to the challenges of 21st century living.
To kickoff this Clarion Word Classics (CWC), we introduce the book Red Letter Revolution: What if Jesus Really Meant What He Said? Listed among the most popular devotional books, we thought this may be of interest to our curious readers. Shane Claiborn and Tony Campolo , offer interesting perspectives on how to make our faith real in a world with no absolutes and growing disbelief in God and Jesus.
Let the Holy Spirit guide you
In the Word Ministries provides CWC in our effort to “inspire authentic communities of faith, fellowship, and learning.” It is in that spirit that we share this book. This is not an endorsement or agreement with the views shared. Here is an excerpt from and about Red Letter Revolution.