Takeaway: Life according to God’s purpose for us, may seem radical to others, but it should be more about obedience than an attempt at radicalness.
A ton of people have written really good reviews of this book and I am not sure how to add to them. Francis Chan starts with the glory of God. If you have heard Louis Giglio speak often there is some overlapping themes and style with the first couple chapters.
But then Chan moves into an assessable, modern call to live a radical life for Christ. He challenges the reader to inspect what they claim to believe. And if you believe what you say, then why aren’t you living with the type of radical devotion that shows that we really believe what we say.
There are several sections of examples of real life people trying to live a life devoted to Christ. If you want your faith challenged. This is a good place to start. Fairly short book, 192 pages.