What Others Are Saying
Crossruption makes a crucial distinction between religion and biblical Christianity. It issues an invitation to forget what religion teaches and instead become saturated with the transformative word of God. It makes experiencing spiritual rebirth and claiming the identity of children of God sound like an exciting adventure that opens the door to a whole new way of living and being.
For William, a truly biblical Christianity is not about doing but being. He criticizes the existing churches as commercial enterprises selling a product called “God” that attempts to meet the needs of religious “customers.” In William’s critique, Christian churches are selling tickets to a paradise in the future rather than focusing on who Christians should be in the present, i.e., children of God who are present to the source of all creation on a moment-to-moment basis.
Take the Journey
Crossruption: The Journey of a Disrupted Life is a companion resource to the online journey of the same name. If you haven't joined the journey yet you can do that here.
Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, and Christianity share many core principles, so here's a pivotal question: What then separates today's Christian from a Hindu, Muslim, or Buddhist?
The answer to life's elusive questions is what Crossruption is all about.
There is a transformational journey awaiting us where we are transformed into a "new creation" to live in spiritual communion, communication and companionship with God, resulting in the lifestlye of Jesus—love in the midst of hate, peace in the midst of war, unity in the midst of divisive discrimination. Living the supernatural life, naturally!
*Crossruption is being published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan