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"We must learn to live together as brothers, or we will perish together as fools." - Martin Luther King Jr.

With the Bible as a guide and heaven as the goal, Oneness Embraced calls God’s people to kingdom-focused unity. It tells us why we don’t have it, what we need to get it, and what it will look like when we do.

Weaving his own story into this word to the church, Tony Evans tells of a life spent between two worlds. As a young theologian he straddled black, urban culture and white, mainline evangelicalism. Now, three decades later, he offers seasoned reflections on matters of history, culture, the church, and social justice. In doing so he gives us a biblical and pastoral guide for striving for unity across racial and socioeconomic divides.

This call for unity is as timely as ever. If the church practices oneness, America will have a guide for becoming the one nation under God it declares itself to be.

©2019 eChristian (P)2019 eChristian

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Important Read

Great book. I love Dr Evans' ministry and his Kingdom focus. I would like the audiobook more if it were narrated by the author.

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Every ONE needs to hear this message

EveryONE needs to hear this message describing why we have a racial divide in our country, what the roots of this divide are (you will probably be surprised), and how the church should be leading to minimize the problem.

The history of the problem, including the personal history of Dr. Tony Evans is profound and inspiring. You will better understand where your brothers and sisters in Christ are coming from and what we can do to overcome inside the pages of this. I am looking forward to reading the book now, after listening to it, as I often do, so I can really digest it and then make changes in my life as prescribed to help make our country and world truly one Christian nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

I highly recommend you get your own copy and do the same. Change comes one heart and person at a time.

The only thing that would have made this audio version better is if it was read by the author.

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Great resource!

Dr Evan's makes an impactful and theologically sound case for oneness from a kingdom perspective. I was encouraged, inspired and informed by this work. The narrator wasn't the best, but led me to buy the ebook as well.

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A must read!

Thank you Dr. Evans for a Biblical, respectful and encouraging challenge for each of us (regardless of race) to examine our hearts from a scriptural perspective on how we can help create oneness and reconciliation in the church!

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Great read for how the church should impact life

loved it many great points church should be an example to society. great biblical information

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Missed Tony's voice

I was a little disappointed that this wasn't read by th author himself. The narrator did a good job, but I was just a little disappointed to not hear Tony's voice.

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A most pivotal read for America

I’ve been part of the Church for 22 years and never have I received such relevant content. It’s a must read and definitely timely.

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A Must Read

This book is eye opening. It’s a book for every believer. The historical value is well worth its weight in gold. Dr. Evans provides biblical support for this presentation.

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One Human Race

While this fallen world has segregated those of different colors, remember that we were put here for one purpose: to glorify God! Dr Tony Evans tells, and gives examples, of racism in America throughout his entire life - unfortunately, we see it today - but proclaims unity that should come through faith in Jesus. The Bible is the greatest, but this book is an excellent guide to reaching out across a divide that shouldn’t exist.

Mirron Willis narrated well, was very clear and even passionate at times. It seemed a little slow, and I sped it up to 1.2x, but this is because our narrator wanted to be sure we understood what he read. Well done to both Tony Evans and Mirron Willis!

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Good Overview of Ways to impact racial reconciliation

This is a well written and thorough approach to racial reconciliation strategies in the church.