Being Holy and The Nature of the Spiritual Disciplines
Talbot School of Theology
Know. Be. Live.® is a groundbreaking work that addresses cultural challenges and potential solutions to making disciples in Gen Z. Over the last few years, the literature on Generation Z has grown rapidly. However, there is little that directly addresses the destructive cultural challenges to proactive disciplemaking in this generation. Know. Be. Live.® offers a holistic 360-degree approach to discipleship in a post-Christian era. It combines expert thought on faith and culture to equip Christ-following parents of teenagers, college students, campus ministers, and pastors. Addressing the obstacles to deep discipleship and spiritual formation within Gen Z, Know. Be. Live.® approaches this subject matter from a comprehensive biblical perspective that ties together the intellectual (Know), character (Be), and calling (Live) elements of discipleship. Contributors: Philip Alsup, John Basie, Hunter Baker, Ed and Dana Bort, Stephanie Shackelford, Gene Fant, Nathan Finn, Melissa Pellew, Sean McDowell, J. P. Moreland, Jonathan Morrow, Jacob Shatzer, John Stonestreet, Kyle Strobel, and John W. White III.
KNOW, BE, LIVE : a 360 degree approach to discipleship in a post-christian era.
Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Strobel, Kyle (2021). Being Holy and The Nature of the Spiritual Disciplines. KNOW, BE, LIVE : a 360 degree approach to discipleship in a post-christian era.. 90-101. FOREFRONT BOOKS,.