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The Whatever Factor by Terry Pooler

The Whatever Factor

A Salvation Theory for Thinkers

by Terry Pooler

Pages: 242

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

  • RELIGION - Spirituality
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Inspirational

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498480932

Price : $15.99


Whatever! It’s a statement that in recent years reflects an attitude of indifference toward a thought/decision/feeling from another person. However, to author and pastor Terry Pooler, whatever is the key to a refreshingly simple yet profound theory of salvation.
His new book, The Whatever Factor, describes his created terms of “WHATever” and “whatEVER” to highlight what could be the reasons behind hypocritical Christians who believe their salvation is secure, but have little motivation to change their lifestyles to represent Him.
A WHATever attitude is one where the person knows the wrongdoing he/she has done, but feels little guilt and has no compelling reason to change. A whatEVER attitude, on the other hand, believes that once a person accepts Jesus it should be followed by a “whatever it takes” attitude to becoming transformed to reflect His passions, desires and goals.
Terry digs deeper into the origins of two dysfunctional salvation attitudes to unearth misconceptions of salvation that may have educated readers to believe that either: 1. they must be perfect to be saved or, 2. they cannot be lost after sincerely accepting Jesus.
However, in The Whatever Factor we discover that salvation is not based merely upon performance nor a “come to Jesus” moment, but upon one’s commitment to this transformation of character. Thus, eternity with Jesus is offered to all who passionately want to live with Him because they are loving what He loves.
Terry also shows how this chain reaction of attitude can also inspire a community of loving oneness among believers, while also providing a solid foundation for handling conflict within the Church. These characteristics are what will attract non-believers to consider who Jesus is and how He can affect positive change in their lives.
As Christians, we are eager to have others join us in experiencing the rewards of heaven, but as The Whatever Factor shows, our evangelistic impact is in proportion to the credibility of our changed lives. 

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