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Jesus Unbound: Liberating the Word of God from the Bible

Narrated by: Eric Morrison
Length: 5 hrs and 54 mins

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What if the Bible actually keeps us from hearing the Word of God? For many Christians, the Bible is the only way to know anything about God. But according to that same Bible, everyone can know God directly through an actual relationship with Jesus. Jesus Unbound is an urgent call for the followers of Jesus to know Him intimately because the Gospel is not mere information about God, but a transformational experience with a Christ who is closer to us than our own heartbeat.

©2018 Keith Giles (P)2018 Keith Giles

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  • Patty Sakal
  • 15-04-2019

Amazingly profound

This book had a profound poignant gentle approach in laying out truth about the Bible and what I believed about its infallibility. The truths laid out in this book uncovered another layer to be refuted and removed in the deconstruction of my certainty of faith. The narrator’s calm voice really was a key component to this audio book. The gentle calm voice allowed me to take heart to what was said at the same time being surrounded by the sounds of crumbling walls of mistruths. I really recommend this book!!

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  • Jason Kimes
  • 01-02-2019

A game changer

This book will make you rethink the way you have been thought the Bible. Keith is a great author and tells things how they are without too much fluff or beating around the bush. If you are ready to unpack your beliefs, this is the book for you.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-01-2019

Powerful call to a true spirituality

This was a powerful book and it really puts into perspective the priorities we should have as Christians.

Jesus is the word of God and your Bible properly read (and put into its much lower place) is the witness of that truth, its story is a trajectory that leads us to Christ, but it doesn't replace Him, and sadly many treat as if it does.

I do believe that we need The Bible, hence that is why it exists, but we need to recognize that Jesus Christ is the Word of God and is the only perfect Word....so sometimes things written in The Bible contradict His revelation about God the Father, such as infantacide...so those parts should be rejected as being commanded by God; we must fully consider in that lens of Jesus all scripture before accepting anything on the face of it. That is what it means to have discernment, and Keith Giles really has it.