Vulnerable Faith: Missional Living in the Radical Way of St. Patrick

Book, 2015, 175 pp
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Second printing, with new foreword by Steve Bell.

Patrick of Ireland lived a Christian life beyond the ordinary - that's why we call him a saint. But Jamie Arpin-Ricci contends that, although St. Patrick may have been extraordinary, the sort of life he lived is available to everyone - if we only desire and accept it. This book is Arpin-Ricci's exploration of what that sort of radical way of living might look like. Drawing from Scripture, church history and his own ministry experiences among those who live on the margins, Vulnerable Faith bridges the often enormous gap between the conceptual ideal of faithfulness we talk about in church and a genuine, practical, radical obedience to Jesus.

The urgency of the invitation to each of us in 'Vulnerable Faith' cannot be ignored. In a world of terror and hatred, of protection and retaliation, it is a bold and important reminder to Christians of the radical nature of our witness as followers of Jesus. He is the Word made flesh, the vulnerable incarnation of God's love for each and every one of us.

Also see the related retreat guide, available separately.

Also see related videos, of the book launch and author talk-back.

Also see book review by Andrew Wade.

NOTE: The loan copy is the first printing.

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