We don't have to have been a Christian for long before we realize how easy it is to live at times as though Jesus has had no impact on us. After the first flush of delight in Christ’s love of us has waned, we have to admit that we are not that excited about being a Christian. The passion has gone. We start doubting whether Christianity is really true and of infinite importance - rather than just a hobby for Sundays. We end up feeling a fraud, a failure, or a fool.
100% Christianity helps us all to face these challenges. It shows how we can become clear and confident about the gospel, grow in passion for Christ, and know God's empowering in living for him in all of life.
This book speaks to our minds, hearts and wills. If you want help in living an intellectually rigorous, wholeheartedly passionate, and completely devoted life for Jesus, then this is the book for you.
'100 % Christianity is the only thing that can change a person from the inside out. Jago captures the power of personal transformation that the gospel offers, as well as the big picture of a gospel that changes everything. Reading 100 % Christianity leaves you with the clear conviction that Jago not only believes this, but he has experienced the power of Christ's grace, and having experienced it, his passion is to see others capture the 'bigness' of what Christianity actually means. The greatest challenge is this: as Jago reminds us, God has given us 100 %, and now God asks us for 100 % of our lives. This book hits the ball into our court: what we do with God's glorious grace and the message of the cross is the big question each of us must answer.' - Malcolm Duncan, Founder and Director of Church and Community and lead pastor of Gold Hill Baptist Church
'I'm delighted to commend this book by Jago Wynne for two reasons. Firstly, it makes the letter to the Romans accessible, when so often people find it is not. And secondly, it shows why we need the whole letter to live biblically-balanced lives. I think it's a huge help to Christians and non-Christians alike in terms of commentating on what the Christian life is really like.' - Rico Tice, Associate Minister at All Souls Church and co-author of Christianity Explored