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The Best Idea in the World

How Putting Relationships First Transforms Everything

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The greatest commandment is to think relationally: “Love God. Love your neighbor.” Mark Greene reveals its extraordinarily practical implications for every area of life, offering readers five relational guidelines for loving well and shows why love still works in a frazzled world.
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One idea can change everything. Just as one new lens can make the whole world look different. In this compelling and liberating book, Mark Greene explores the dynamic difference that a fresh look at Jesus’ familiar instruction can make to almost any decision we make---in any area of life ---from buying a microwave to choosing a job, from church to chat-rooms, from parenting to politics, from where we put the TV to where we live. Full of humour, insight, down-to-earth stories and up-to-date research, Mark explores how putting relationships first in our thinking and living is not only a liberating basis for our personal lives but a robust and dynamic foundation for our society and our global community.
Contributor Mark Greene , Michael Schluter
Short Bio Mark Greene
Mark Greene is a former adman and prepared to admit it. After seven years on Madison Avenue in New York, he returned to his native UK to study at the London School of Theology, where he became Lecturer in Communications and Vice-Principal. He is now the Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. He has written widely on culture and work and is the author of several books including Thank God It’s Monday.
UPC 025986290757
ISBN-10 0310290759
ISBN-13 9780310290759
Publish Date Sep 28, 2009
Weight 0.3200
Height 7.13
Width 5
Length 160.00
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $9.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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