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Looking Good, Being Bad: The Subtle Art of Churchmanship

Adrian Plass, Adrian Plass
Looking Good, Being Bad: The Subtle Art of Churchmanship

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Adrian Plass is back to humorously yet gently challenge the Churchman or woman in all of us as we treat the church as if it should be made in our own image. In Looking Good Being Bad, Adrian Plass asks why the body of Christ constantly trips over itself to derail it's missio... Read More

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Adrian Plass is back to humorously yet gently challenge the Churchman or woman in all of us as we treat the church as if it should be made in our own image. In Looking Good Being Bad, Adrian Plass asks why the body of Christ constantly trips over itself to derail it's mission and ward off the world? He ponders how those much less spiritual than ourselves can often be in positions of leadership and asks have you ever had the sense that some other force was at work in that committee meeting?Looking Good Being Bad reveals the answers. This annual report from the headquarters of Churchmanship, Great Malvern reveals a training ground for those who wish to carry on the noble tradition of thwarting the work of the gospel. In Looking Good Being Bad, Adrian Plass once again applies his unique and satirical perspective on the subject, pinpointing the more eccentric aspects of the Christian church. Yet within the book lies a deeper message about the state of modern Churchmanship.
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  • Product type: Book
  • Format: Softcover
  • UPC: 9781850788980
  • Height: 0.5
  • Width: 5.1
  • Length: 7.6
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • Pages: 206
  • Publish Date: Jul 1, 2010
  • Language: English
  • BISAC: "HUM014000"
  • ISBN: 1850788987

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