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"The UNEXPECTED JOURNEY conversation with people who turned from other beliefs to Jesus WRITTEN BY THOM S. RAINER"
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It is from this that he developed as CEO and into the various areas of work, all which are designed to provide a basis to those that are interested in growing within the Christian religion (Retrieved from: http://www.rainergroup.com/).
The main concept of the book, “The Unexpected Journey,” is to work as an inspirational guide to those who are working into Christianity. The author presents several real life stories from different backgrounds and religions. Each of the individuals began their religious path in a different sector of religion and eventually found their way to the Christian faith and to the call of Christ. Rainer uses a diverse background of individuals, all which were called back to Christianity. This begins with a Mormon who finds the faith, and moves into Atheism, Hindi, Agnostic, paganism and Buddhist beliefs. Rainer focuses on finding a set of individuals that would not be considered as finding Christ and moving through this journey, specifically to show how Christianity is one that includes a diverse set of individuals from a variety of religious groups.
With each of the stories that are told, Rainer focuses on the idea of a journey to move back to the Christian religion. For instance, the first story, which shows how a Mormon turns to Christianity, begins with a very specific setting to interview those that have moved into Christianity. Rainer describes the details of this, similar to a fictional plot. This makes the story read like a biography and represents specific ideas about how one began their journey to Christ from a defined situation. The book continues with different interviews of where the individuals began as a child by defining their origins and what their specific beliefs were from the beginning. For instance, the first story describes how there is no introductory religion in the
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