The Politically Incorrect Jesus by Joe Battaglia | Episode 44

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In the ever increasingly secular and politically correct society, the person of Jesus remains a controversial figure. He’s admired and ridiculed, revered and rejected, dismissed and embraced. Simply, much of what Jesus taught and stood for clearly clashes with politically correct thinking, which often asks followers of Christ to commit intellectual suicide by pretending that what they believe is not real or true. And at times, the church itself has its own version of politically correct thinking which needs to be addressed as well. In this book, author Joe Battaglia will look at the issues and ideology in the current cultural climate that clashes with the teachings of Jesus. He will awaken people from their spiritual slumber to question the intellectual and spiritual inconsistency of political correctness both inside and outside the church.

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Joe Battaglia
Author ∙ Producer ∙ Executive

Joe Battaglia is Founder and President of Renaissance Communications, a company specializing in providing media platforms for organizations and gifted communicators of the faith and values message, whose clients include Dr. Steve Brown and the Key Life Radio Network, Affirm Films/Sony Pictures Entertainment, Provident Films, actress Shari Rigby, author/pastor Tullian Tchividjian, Pure Flix Entertainment, and Feed The Children.

Renaissance has been heavily involved in the promotion of successful hit movies to the faith-based marketplace, such as The Passion, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, The Polar Express, Facing the Giants, Fireproof, Courageous, Soul Surfer, Son of God, God’s Not Dead, Heaven Is For Real, The Giver, When the Game Stands Tall, and Left Behind.

Joe is also Executive Producer and General Manager, Keep The Faith Radio, a nationally syndicated radio program heard in over 200 markets and 80 countries overseas.

 The Politically Incorrect Jesus is available on at Amazon.com



 

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