The following books are recommended:
Pure Grace: The Life Changing Power of Uncontaminated Grace. Clark Whitten
We have been freed from sin, and we cannot be transformed by trying to manage sin by human effort.
The Rest of the Gospel: When the Partial Gospel Has Worn You Out. Dan Stone and David Gregory
We are called to be saints, not sinners, as we live "above the line" in the unseen realm, where we have been declared perfect, rather than "below the line" in the seen realm, where we are in the natural.
Transformation: The Heart of Paul's Gospel. David A. DeSilva and Michael F. Bird
Paul's gospel is one of transformation and not one of justification - then looking for something to do.
The Good and Beautiful Community: Following the Spirit, Extending Grace, Demonstrating Love. James Bryan Smith
The church is Christians in unity serving and following Christ and not individuals in isolation.
Creation: The Apple of God's Eye. Justo L. Gonzalez
This relatively short book touches on the "Who" and "Why" of creation, which is what the Bible addresses. God's love is shown in the creation. Way down on the list of importance is "How" God did it.
Also, books by Andrew Farley:
Relaxing With God: The Neglected Spiritual Discipline.
The Naked Gospel: Truth You May Never Hear in Church.
God Without Religion: Can It Really Be This Simple?
Heaven is Now: Awakening Your Five Spiritual Senses to the Wonders of Grace.
These (and other) books by Andrew Farley focus on the grace and forgiveness from God and on how we continue to try and earn our forgiveness from "the Law" while all the time denying we do that.
These books explain spiritual concepts much more clearly and use a less confrontational approach.
Some blogs are also recommended:
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