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Book Title: Christianish: What If We're Not Really Following Jesus at All?|
The author of the book: Mark Steele
Edition: David C. Cook
Date of issue: February 15th 2013
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It may feel like authentic faith. It may even look like the real deal. Yet it's often easy to settle for the souvenir t-shirt—the appearance of a transformed heart—instead of taking the actual trip through true life-change. We find ourselves settling for a personal faith that's been polluted by culture, and diluted by other people's take on spirituality.
Christianish tells the story of one man's journey to move from the in-between to a life that's centered on Christ. To move forward, author Mark Steele goes back to the beginning, to examine Christ's life and words. Through stories and insights that are sometimes profound, often hilarious, and always honest, Mark delivers a compelling look at what our faith is all about.
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Read information about the authorMark is the Founder, President, and Executive Creative of Steelehouse Productions. Mark is also a well-known author, speaker, comedian, and film writer/director. Mark graduated from Oral Roberts University in 1991 with a degree in Drama, Television, and Film Telecommunications. He then spent the next seven years as a writer and director at Impact Productions. In 1998, Mark launched Steelehouse Productions with his longtime friend and associate Kevin Anderson.
Mark also has a long-standing history of stand-up comedy and performance in both stage and film as well as producing and directing film projects for both the corporate and artistic worlds. He speaks regularly at media and artistic conferences and events across America.
Mark has written several books incorporating humorous stories from his personal life while weaving in spiritual truths. Flashbang, Half-Life/Die Already, and Christianish have been released to great commercial success and overwhelmingly positive reviews. Mark also writes extensively for VeggieTales in his role as Chief of Creative Affairs for Big Idea Entertainment, Inc.
Tulsa World Review: Flashbang
Crosswalk Review: Christianish
He is a frequent contributor to Relevant magazine and Collide magazine, and recently retired from creating and producing the Steelehouse Podcast weekly with friend and fellow director Jeff Huston.
Relevant Magazine: “Gnashville”
Relevant Magazine: “Who Is Really Lost?”
Collide Magazine: “Rough Edit”
Mark’s next book is his first collection of fictional short stories entitled “Ounce of God” (2012).