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244: What's So Amazing About Grace | Philip Yancey
Philip Yancey is an award-winning author, renowned theologian, and influential speaker who has touched the hearts and minds of millions with his profound insights and captivating storytelling.
He has written thirteen Gold Medallion Award–winning books and won two ECPA Book of the Year awards, for What’s So Amazing About Grace? and The Jesus I Never Knew.
Four of his books have sold over one million copies. With the revised and updated edition of his classic book, What’s So Amazing About Grace?, Yancey continues to inspire readers with his deep understanding of grace and its transformative power.
He lives with his wife in Colorado
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Discover how acclaimed author Philip Yancey ignites a revolution of grace, challenging Christians to break free from judgment and embrace love, unity, and service in a divided world.
- Embracing Grace: Unlocking its Power in Daily Life
- Discovering the Key Role of Grace in Christianity
- Living Out Love and Unity: Jesus’ Teachings in Action
My special guest is Philip Yancey
Philip Yancey is a renowned author and speaker known for his thought-provoking and insightful writings on faith and grace. With his best-selling book, “What’s So Amazing About Grace?” celebrating its 25th anniversary, Philip continues to challenge and inspire Christians with his deep understanding of grace and its practical application in everyday life.
Through his personal journey of grappling with the toxic influences of legalistic teachings in his early years, Philip brings a unique perspective to the topic of grace, making it relatable and relevant for listeners seeking to implement grace teachings for transformation. His candid and introspective approach to faith offers a refreshing and authentic view of grace, making him a valuable voice in the conversation about the significance of grace in our modern world.
“It’s about having our debts forgiven, not by something that we did, but because of who God is. God is that generous foreman who looks for ways to lavish forgiveness and love and gifts on us.” -Philip Yancey
“What I took away from childhood was we have to behave in a certain way to get God to like us, to get God to accept us. And I found that grace is actually exactly the opposite.” -Philip Yancey
“We leave off different scents in the world. Is it the kind of scent that people want to go, ‘Oh, no, not one of those.’ Or is it? ‘I’d like some of that.’… It’s a good thing to ask ourselves each day, what kind of scent are we leaving around us as followers of Jesus?” -Philip Yancey
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