not bad…but: Radical Together


What I liked the most was that Radical Together includes a discussion guide for small groups and encourages his readers to go through the study together. Reviewing it Platt has done an excellent job with the study guide questions as they will make you think and ponder. I would recommend this book as it is engaging but the reader would benefit from the reading of his original book Radical.

Again I think Radical as a concept is great, the book ruffles feathers, it does call out the superficiality of most American Christianity and Christians for that matter. What I don’t care for and would caution a new believer or someone without an established and well thought out biblically informed theology of mission and vocation would be all fired up to do something based on a little over 100 pages of hyperactive calls to action to do something.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers, and am not required to give a positive review all opinions our my own do not represent Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers.


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