Drawing from the vivid imaginations of Impressionist painters, particularly Vincent van Gogh, each chapter of The Divine Commodity uses personal narrative, biblical exposition, and cultural observation to show how consumerism has shaped our faith, and then challenges the listener to use their sanctified imagination to envision an alternative way of expressing the Christian life in our culture.
©2009 Skye Jethani; (P)2009 Zondervan
I had read Jethani's "With" and loved it- I had started reading "Futureville,"his latest--why has it taken me so long to read his first book?! I also have purchased the paperback so I can actually use it, along with the Bible to grow out of my consumer worldview. A must-read!
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