David Platt's "The Radical Question/A Radical Idea" is what I would consider a follow-up to his best seller "Radical". This book is essentially two books in one, but both share the same theme of true commitment to spreading the gospel of Jesus, even when it means sacrificing and taking risk.
"The Radical Question" discusses the difficulty of complete devotion to Christ in spite of a society that puts so much emphasis on personal success. This book uses personal stories and situations to make us think about how we can use whatever God has given us to help those around us, and further His kingdom.
"A Radical Idea" discusses the need for Christian communities not only come together within the church, but in the community to extend God's word in the world. Bringing others to God should be one of the main focuses of our lives, and this commitment needs to come first for us.
Overall I thought these two books were very well written and make some really good points. Interesting, and I would recommend it.
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