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6 edition of You Are Who You Love found in the catalog.

You Are Who You Love

Using Your Relationships to Improve Yourself

by T. J. Kupper

  • 335 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Rabbit"s Foot Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-actualization (Psychology),
  • Psychology,
  • Interpersonal Relations,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Self-actualization (Psychology,
  • General,
  • Love & Romance,
  • Love

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8825929M
    ISBN 101587860147
    ISBN 109781587860140
    OCLC/WorldCa56111800

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      You are what you love. But you might not love what you this book, award-winning author James K. A. Smith shows that who and what we worship fundamentally shape our hearts. And while we desire to shape culture, we are not often aware of how culture shapes us. We might not realize the ways our hearts are being taught to love rival gods instead of the One for whom we were 4/5(1). Book lovers: What's your reading personality? What's your reading personality? Are you an eclectic, serial, exacting or involved reader? Find out now by taking BookBrowse's fun, .

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You Are What You Love by James K. Smith is a small book with large ambitions. It aims to reshape the way evangelical Christians understand discipleship, replacing their emphasis on thought with an emphasis on desire.

Rather than saying, “You are what you think,” Smith urges Christians to say, “You are what you love.”Cited by: 9. “You Are What You Love” is a very thought provoking book. Personally, I’m in the midst of processing my own ecclesiology, so I was challenged in the how’s and why’s of my worship.

Some of the first chapters are worth the whole price of admission, as he teases out the American evangelical model of discipleship, the formation of virtues /5. I love the book which I saw in a book store in Asheville, but that version of hardcover was ten times more attractive than this one.

The covers are a flimsy recycled cardboard material that is not very aesthetically-appealing-- so if you're looking for that, search elsewhere/5(13). These connections between what we love, the way we live, and the content of our thoughts form the basis of James K.

Smith’s newest book You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit. This is an accessible and practical book, but it’s not a self-help book that promises some brand new insight.

Three themes dominate James Smith’s You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit. In the rest of the book, Smith explores liturgies in the home (chapter 5), soul-care and development in children (chapter 6), and soul-building in the workplace and the rest of life (chapter 7).

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His latest book, You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit (Brazos, ), releases today. Here is Tim Keller’s summary and commendation: James K.

Smith’s You Are What You Love provides a user-friendly introduction to the sweeping Augustinian insight that we are shaped most by what we love most, more so than by what we think or do.

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Customize your book as much or as little as you'd like. It was so good to have someone say that self love is hard and yes there is no end result to it. While reading, I thought back and realised that you are right that being out of your comfort zone is the best way to gain experience and grow and when you have done the unexpected well it is truly rewarding.

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Smith is a small book with large ambitions. It aims to reshape the way evangelical Christians understand discipleship, replacing their emphasis on thought with an emphasis on desire.

Such are my own sentiments about James K.A. Smith’s newest book You Are What You Love. This book isn’t new content; it’s a re-working (at a much more accessible and popular level) of the theological ideas Smith put forward in Desiring the Kingdom () and Imagining the Kingdom ().

“If you are what you love, and love is a habit, then discipleship is a rehabituation of your loves.” We need this rehabituation and Smith gives us tremendous help in it. The book’s seven chapters help focus our attention on the different aspects of our life: church, home, education, and work.

In You Are What You Love, award-winning author James K.A. Smith shows that who and what we worship fundamentally shapes our hearts. He helps readers recognize the formative power of culture and the transformative possibilities of Christian practices. Smith explains that worship is the "imagination station" that incubates our loves and longings so that our cultural endeavors are indexed toward.

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We might not realize the ways our hearts are being. The longest relationship you'll ever have is with yourself. Keep it on a positive note with these books about self-love, because you should never be too down on yourself. (You're doing great!).

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Together! [1st. VERSE] Log on to hide ad. You Say Would Be Mine, Forever And A Day, I'm Going To Hold You To That Promise, Never Let You Walk Away, I Say I Would Be Yours, A Promise I Won't Stray, Stay Be Your Side Forever And Ever, That's The Only Way, That This Love We Share, Will Always Survive, Any .You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit is a deeply thoughtful book.

In this volume, James K. A. Smith has provided useful and creative ideas and practices for faith communities at a time in the Church when discipleship and Christian faith formation seem nebulous at best.