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Christian Anarchy: Jesus' Primacy Over the Powers Paperback – 23 Feb 1999


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HASH(0x9e3dd51c) out of 5 stars Christian Anarchy 7 April 2003
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Christian Anarchy is a very interesting book discussing the politics of the bible and how Christians should go about dealing with political institutions of power. These include traditional Arky's such as governments, but also "arkys" such as churches and other "adversarial" organizations. Basically, Eller argues that Christians should not renounce or fight for or against powers, but rather take the stance of "speaking the truth with love." This stance is neither traditionally Anarchistic nor revolutionary, but rather seeks to illustrate how the bible instructs Christians to remove themselves from Arkys that have them forget that God's own Arky is more important. The only detraction is that Eller's ideas are presented in a rather quarky style and is presented at an advanced reader level. However, the book is a must read for all.
HASH(0x9e2ea084) out of 5 stars Read this and never look at your world the same way again 15 Jun. 2016
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Absolutely a must read for any serious thinker of what it means to be a follower of Christ in a world ruled by divisive, authoritarian and power-hungry political and social structures. It profoundly affected me. The writing is excellent, very well researched and will leave you thinking about your place in the world like few other books. This is one of those books that changes the way you see everything around you, and opens the door to new possibilities. Just his brilliant argument that the world is actually a web of competing 'archy' structures is worth reading in and of itself.

You probably have never heard this perspective preached from a pulpit, and yet it is certainly the most defensible, biblical and Jesus-focused of any approach to politics I have ever read.

Today we are presented with only two options when facing the status quo in politics, social systems or corporate structures: 1) Either be a conservative, seeking to maintain or retain what is and was, or 2) be a revolutionary, seeking to overthrow and replace those systems and structures. The plain fact, after reading this book, is that there is a third way, articulated and demonstrated by Christ, which subverts and redeems both of those approaches while bowing the knee to neither. It is a way of true freedom.

This is one of those books I have been looking for my whole life without realizing it.
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