Being a Christian: How Jesus Redeems All of Life
What does it mean to be a Christian?
The gospel of Jesus Christ is the best news in history, but we often live as though it has minimal impact on our lives. Being a Christian isn’t just about Sunday mornings, small groups, and studying the Bible. The good news is that Jesus redeems everything.
In the Bible, we read story after story of people meeting God and walking away completely changed. The same is true for Christians today. Being a Christian, by Dr. Jason Allen, shows how Jesus redeems all of life.
Useful for new and mature believers, small group and personal study, Being a Christian walks readers through the gospels impact on all facets of life, from your relationships to your resources, from your work to your rest, from your past to your future.
Praise for the book
This book is an excellent exposition of the gospel in an easily manageable and remarkably clear presentation, suitable for any reader at any stage of spiritual growth. It is insightful, thought-provoking, and heart-stirring. It communicates effortlessly some of the difficult truths that most of us have to labor hard to make clear. It is thoroughly biblical and wonderfully engaging.
—John MacArthur, pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, Calif.
Jason Allen has written a helpful book that reminds us what Jesus has done, and how the gospel speaks into every area of our life. It is a timely reminder of what it means to follow Jesus.
—Matt Carter, pastor of preaching and vision at The Austin Stone Community Church, Austin, Texas
Dr. Jason Allen has written a needed book that will bless, encourage, and instruct pastors, seminarians, and everyday disciples. . . .I highly recommend it.
—Thom S. Rainer, President and CEO, Lifeway
Anyone wanting to explore how the gospel of Jesus Christ transforms every part of life, but especially those whose spiritual roots are newly grounded in Christ, would profit by reading Dr. Allen’s book, Being A Christian
—Donald S. Whitney,professor of Biblical Spirituality and associate dean at SBTS, and author of Praying the Bible
About Jason Allen
Jason K. Allen was elected by the Midwestern Board of Trustees as the Seminary’s fifth president on Monday, Oct. 15, 2012, becoming the youngest seminary president in the Southern Baptist Convention, and one of the youngest presidents in higher education in America. Previously, he served as the vice president for Institutional Advancement at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Ky., and executive director of the Southern Seminary Foundation.
In addition to his seminary duties, Allen has served as pastor and interim pastor of several Southern Baptist churches. Dr. Allen holds a Bachelor of Science from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala., as well as Master of Divinity and Ph.D. degrees from Southern Seminary. Currently, in addition to his responsibilities as president of Midwestern Seminary, he serves the church more broadly through writing and preaching ministries.