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The God you think you know is nothing compared to the Father revealed by Jesus.

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  • PDF | 238 pages
  • Father's House Press (December 10, 2014)
  • English
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  • Christian Books & Bibles

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  • By Bailey Diehl on June 28, 2016

    A great read for anyone trying to understand the depths of God's grace. The first section of the book relied more on Caleb's relationship with God and personal revelation. But it's a good set up for the remainder of the book which contains great studies and insight into some of the most challenging ideas and scriptures on hell, unbelievers' destiny and Jesus' parables. Don't put it down if your struggle with one of Caleb's points. The overall book is gracefully thought provoking <pun intended>.

  • By Sarah McGuire on July 16, 2015

    If your perception of God has ever given you pause, read this book!

  • By Charles Knowles on February 17, 2015

    This is a great book if you have ever wondered about the Farther's heart toward creation. It will challenge you to leave tradition behind and welcome the love you have always felt within. Get ready for the chains to be destroyed, let LOVE Free!!!

  • By Florian Berndt on May 22, 2015

    What would actually happen if we would take seriously what Jesus revealed about God? Well, that's exactly what Caleb Miller has done in his book 'Saving God: Freeing Abba from the Captivity of Religion'. So much of western theology starts with the premise of a divine judge sitting in a divine court room, having to balance out some legal problem - or worse sorting out his own inner conflict.But what Caleb has attempted to put forth here, is that we have put our own inner conflicts unto the face of God. And when he was faced with the revelation of Jesus' Abba through the reality of every day life as a dad, all the theologies that we can theorise up in our ivory towers of cold academia and empty religious talk began to crumble.Partly based on real life experiences of encounters with the Father's heart, this book is a theological reflection on how the revelation that God is Father by nature - as the ancient Trinitarian creeds confess - changes everything. No sacred cow remains unchallenged - be it free will, atonement theories, original sin or final judgment - and at the end one is being confronted with the fact that the Father Jesus came to reveal is the only True God and has nothing in common with the mythological god of our own making.I am looking forward to read more of Caleb in the near future...

  • By Levi on January 25, 2015

    At a time in my life where I find myself being embarrassed to be associated with Christianity, books like this give me hope that there are still sane, rational, and compassionate Christian thinkers out there.The book covers a range of sacred cows within western Christianity. He confronts the idea of free will, the problem of the western Christianity model of separation from God, and gives the best crash course on hell I have ever seen in a book (my favorite section).Will this book ever be popular among Christians? Hell no. Its too humble, too rational, too caring, and too loving. But for those brave enough to reconsider their own beliefs, this book is for you. If all of Christianity was this healthy, no one would have a problem with Christians.

  • By R. Dean Delker on January 28, 2015

    If you are looking for an author who will talk to you about what Jesus' Abba Father, His Daddy is like in down-to-earth, common sense, non-religious, conversational language, and who is very open and transparent about how he came to his insights, this book is for you. It does take a fresh look at the scriptures, but it's not crammed full of dogmatic, systematic theology and proof texts. It is instead very familial, love and relationship-based and personal. A whole notha level of personal.It will probably sound different than the traditions you heard in Sunday school as a kid or in bible study as an adult, but if you believe the apostolic writers when they say Jesus is the full and express image of God in a human body then He is ultimately, as we say in the American South, the spittin' image of his Daddy. And vice versa. The implications of that are mind-blowingly good. If the Gospel hasn't always sounded like good news to you maybe you haven't quite heard it right. Caleb will sit down with you and get you thinking.

  • By stephen j leddy on May 28, 2015

    Another good read by Caleb dealing with issues that some would shy away from. Religion has said so many terrible things about God and blamed God for so much making this a well timed rebuttal to portions of organized religion

  • By josiah sebens on May 30, 2015

    Awesome read. Really made me understand the heart of God in a real way. A book I will frequently pick up to be reminded of this.

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