• Unbalanced

  • Searching for Truth Between Religion and Culture (and Really Good Mexican Food)
  • By: Jonathan Tony
  • Narrated by: Jonathan Tony
  • Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 06-20-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jonathan Tony
  • 5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

We live in a world of extreme polarization. We are constantly bombarded with opinions and arguments. As a result, church culture can become segregated from the rest of the world.

But Jesus walked on both sides of the dividing line. He spoke with religious people, and he ate with town rejects. What if God's truth is somewhere between the division?

Unbalanced takes a close look at what we've separated over, what the church has gotten right and wrong, and where Jesus stands in the middle of it all.

Chapter titles:

  • Inside Outside: Why I'm Nervous at the Circus
  • Don't Mess with the Formula: How the Top Two Greatest Albums Almost Never Happened
  • Silent Monk Screams: Why Some Pain Sticks Around Longer
  • Hollywood Moses: Why Christian Movies are So Terrible
  • My Public Meltdowns: What Types of People Belong in Church
  • Chili's, Bennigan's, and Other Places I Wasn't Allowed To Go: How My Mom Conquered Her Fear of Bar-and-Grills
  • Zacchaeus: How God Burst My Church Bubble
  • Church in a Bar: How Jesus and John the Baptist Were Complete Opposites and Completely Alike
  • The Exaggerated Battles of American Christians: What is the Best Form of Protest?
  • Identity Crisis: Who does the Perfect Christian Looks Like?
  • Full House Lied to Me: Why I Can't Run Away from Home
  • God Did It: How I Deal with Atheists, Science, and Questions
  • Hamster Prison Break: Why We Have Trouble with Freedom
  • Behind Burned Doors: When My Grandma Dropped the Mic
  • Please Like Me: When What You Didn't Know Existed Becomes What You Can't Live Without
  • Stick of Dynamite: What Side is Jesus On?

©2016 Jonathan Tony (P)2017 Jonathan Tony

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Fresh, funny and interesting

This book was purchased on a whim. Wow! What a pleasant surprise. The author’s humor combined with thoughtful insight made for a great book.

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I'll have more sarcasm with my scripture please

I'd give you a Tony for writing and narrating but wrong award and you already have one. I'll try to be serious for a moment, just one that is, and highly recommend Jesus followers and unbelievers to listen to this author. Solid advice and a great perspective to approach the current culture and church. Props, not the airplane kind, to JT and his encouraging buddy for blowing the dust off my views. And book 2....yup!

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Refreshing and unpretentious exploration of faith

Entertaining and conversational, this book speaks unapologetically to the follower of Christ in modern life