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Multnomah Books The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook

For more than 15 years, Manning's bestseller The Ragamuffin Gospel has reminded us that Jesus did not come for the pretty, pious and powerful. Instead, he came for the "bedraggled, beat-up and burnt-out" ragamuffins who desperately need his grace. Dispelling the myth that you must work to receive God's gift of grace and joy, Manning, a fellow ragamuffin, reveals the true nature of a freely-given and unrelenting grace that's available to all. Drop the burden of never measuring up and revel in the comfort of a God who loves you for who you are - not for who you think you should be.

This 2005 release includes a new epilogue, "The Scandal of Grace: Fifteen Years Later," and a new section "19 Mercies: A Spiritual Journey" of reading, prayer, and contemplation.

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Review 1 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Refreshing, easy read with deep truths interwoven

Date:November 29, 2013
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This book was so good that I ordered a paper copy before I had even finished reading the ebook. Yep. And as soon as I finished the ebook, I ordered another paper copy to give away as a gift to friends. This review is going to be short; not because I don't have a lot I could say about the book, but because I don't know how I could put it into words.
As I started off reading this book, I had a slight notion that this could be one of those "health, wealth, and prosperity" types of messages. I mean, how can you write an entire book devoted to the single topic of grace without seeming to neglect the fact that God is also a just God Who does not allow sin to go unpunished?
Give this book a chance and read the first 25 pages with a heart that is desiring to hear the author's message rather than a suspicious mind looking for flaws (that is where, I admit, my mind often starts out when reading a new book, especially one that deals with anything theological). I am not asking you to throw out discernment; I am asking you to give the author an adequate amount of reading so that you can really get a feel for where he is coming from.
I think you'll not only be pleasantly surprised at the number of hits-the-nail-on-the-head statements you'll find, such as:
"As I listen to sermons with their pointed emphasis on personal effort- no pain, no gain- I get the impression that a do-it-yourself spirituality is the American fashion. [page 12]"
"I can be addicted to vodka or to being nice, to marijuana or being loved, to cocaine or being right, to gambling or relationships, to golf or gossiping. Perhaps my addiction is food, performance, money, popularity, power, revenge, reading, television, tobacco, weight, or winning. When we give anything more priority than we give to God, we commit idolatry. Thus we all commit idolatry countless times every day. [page 60]"
"Trust at the mercy of the response it receives is a bogus trust. [page 82]"
But you'll also be invigorated by the encouraging truths that are renewed in our minds and hearts:
"We must never allow the authority of books, institutions, or leaders to replace the authority of knowing Jesus Christ personally and directly. When the religious views of others interpose between us and the primary experience of Jesus as the Christ, we become unconvicted and unpersuasive travel agents handing out brochures to places we have never visited. [page 32]"
"The moment the focus of your life shifts from your badness to his goodness and the question becomes not "What have I done?" but "What can he do?" release from remorse can happen; miracle of miracles, you can forgive yourself because you are forgiven, accept yourself because you are accepted, and begin to start building up the very places you once tore down. [page 83]"
"The contagious joy of Jesus (only carriers can pass it on) infected and freed His followers. [page45]"
This is not just a feel-good book to remind us of God's consuming love, nor is it a heresy naming-and-claiming select verses out of the Bible. I am glad I chose to read this book despite my initial impressions. My pastor of 15 years had recommended this book to me, saying, "Read it; it will resonate with you." He was absolutely right. God is good; I serve the Lord and desire to follow Jesus Christ, not to merely fulfill religious traditions or expectations nor to prove anything to the world. I desire to follow and obey Jesus out of my deep love for Him and am extremely grateful that He first loved me. (1 John 4:19)
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Review 2 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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A Christian Classic

Date:September 26, 2013
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In A Ragamuffin Gospel, Manning speaks of God’s amazing grace, of how God loves us based on His standards not our own, about how Christianity is a grace-laden mystery. Manning’s theme is that we underestimate grace, we fail to understand that God loves us no matter what. It’s a ragamuffin gospel, “written for the bedraggled, beat-up and burnt-out”, for those who are weary and discouraged.
Manning’s message hasn’t been universally accepted. Many churches preach what has been called a “Jesus-plus” gospel: to be a proper Christian, you have to have Jesus and tithe your 10%. To be a proper Christian, you have to have Jesus and attend church three nights a week and twice on Sunday. To be a proper Christian, you have to have Jesus and pray for an hour a day.
This is a church that preaches the grace of Jesus but doesn’t always practice it, and it’s bringing Christians under condemnation for never being good enough. That’s what Manning is saying: we will never be good enough on our own, but we are all good enough in Jesus. All we need is to accept God’s grace. It’s not that tithing, attending church or praying are bad—they’re not—but they don’t affect our salvation. God loves us unconditionally, and can’t love us any more or any less.
And that’s the Ragamuffin gospel. Jesus, and his grace extended to me and you. It’s not what you do; it’s Who you know. Recommended.
Thanks to Blogging for Books for providing a free ebook for review.
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Review 3 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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I wish everyone would read this book!

Date:March 29, 2013
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Ragamuffins Gospel is the most freeing book I have ever read! Brennan Manning showed me through scripture that I am loved by God no matter what! My sins are forgiven & most importantly forgotten, when I give them over to God! No more legalistic religion for me!
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Review 4 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Great Read

Date:March 15, 2013
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My brother had loaned me this book and I decided I needed to have my own. I have begun reading it and would definitely recommend it to others. It lets me know that no matter what Jesus loves us all.
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Review 5 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Date:February 14, 2013
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I found this to be uplifting and encouageing. We have read parts of it during our bible study group. Sometimes I feel like it was to be used with it.
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must read for all Jesus followers

Date:May 23, 2012
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Find out exactly where you are in Christ Jesus, Brennan Manning revels with pen and paper what all Christians go thru in their walk with Christ. I dare say if you are strong enough to look at yourself, and grasp onto the truth about yourself, you will have a great heaviness lifted off you by seeing just how much Jesus loves you. Go ahead, take a peek, read the book, see what True Love is all about.
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Date:April 20, 2012
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Profound writings cause me to reflect and reevaluate my life in a wondrous way....
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Review 8 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Saving me!!

Date:April 13, 2012
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I love it, I needed it & want to share this with others. Especially those of us with brokeness & have (or are) caught in the hopelessness of addiction, whatever it may be? Thanks!! J.
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Review 9 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Simplicity of the Gospel

Date:February 12, 2012
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Ragamuffin Gospel was a reading that I would recommend to others especially young people. It presented the Gospel message in the most simple yet profound way. I especially enjoyed the spiritual retreat section. This section gave a lot of inspirational insight to help during anyone's hour of meditation and prayer. It gave a clear picture of living in the liberty which Christ has given us without one feeling inadequate for the Kingdom. It teaches one to live the life of righteousness with simplicity. I thank God that my mother in ministry recommended this book a long time ago; however I was not able to obtain a copy at that time but I certainly am glad that Blogging gave me the opportunity to gain a copy and review the book. I highly recommend this book. “I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”.
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Review 10 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Breathtaking . . .

Date:January 30, 2012
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Manning does a remarkable job revealing the true nature of grace. It's not an easy sell for many of us who have been raised to think that God is sitting in a cloud keeping score, hoping we are good enough to join Him someday. God's love is pretty tough to describe, but this book does it better than any other I have encountered.
One more thing . . . God does not hate anyone, especially not us "sinners." Romans 5:6-8 is the perfect scripture: 6 You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. 7 Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man, though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die. 8 But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. (1)
Buy this book. It's the truth!
(1) The Holy Bible: New International Version. 1996 (electronic ed.) (Ro 5:6–8). Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.
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Review 11 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Overall Solid Book

Date:January 12, 2012
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Brennan Manning did a phenomenal job on his book, The Ragamuffin Gospel. His wit and wisdom are one of a kind. Using words that go straight to the heart, Manning has packed this edition with real life stories told in such a well-formulated manner and figures of speech that rival that of contemporary Anne Lamott, but told in a respectful way.
This book specifically speaks to the broken down, burned out, and, well, ragamuffin. Jesus spent most of his time with such people and Manning pleads with the reader that this is how it reflected Jesus’ ministry. The gospel is for the poor and needy. It is for the outcasts of this world. This book is about grace—the relentless and unmerited grace of God. It is by grace we have been saved and by grace we live, moment by moment. Every breath we take is by the grace of God. Reading this book will open any reader’s eyes to the marvelous and awesome gift of grace. If reading this book does not leave the reader even more lost in with Creator God and his grace and love, they have yet not experienced that grace and love.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
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Review 12 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Raggamuffin minus the Gospel

Date:March 24, 2011
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Book: Review
I was initially excited about reading the book. My excitement was because the book has sold so many copies, because it was accepted well by many Protestants, and because Michael Card blurbed on it. I am not a crazy fan of any of the people who blurbed on the book, but I have always heard good things about Michael Card and it made me curious whether the book would be good or not. I also was really confused as to why so many protestant would blurb on a former Catholic priest’s book that seeks out to define the gospel. The book is about Raggamuffins. Raggamuffins are “"the burdened, the wobbly and weak-kneed, the inconsistent, unsteady disciples... the smart people who know they are stupid... the honest disciples who admit they are scalawags.” The book seeks out to demonstrate that Christ loves you, no matter where you are in your life and no matter what you are doing/ have done. The gospel according to Manning is that Jesus Christ so much loved these Raggamuffins that he would do anything to be in relationship with them. Manning then calls the reader to love others in a similar fashion.
Reflections:
“To evangelize a person is to say to him or her: you, too, are loved by God in the Lord Jesus”(The Ragamuffin Gospel p. 120).
"You are accepted, accepted by that which is greater than you, and the name of which you do not know. Do not ask for the name now. . . . Do not try to do anything now. . . . Simply accept the fact that you are accepted." If that happens to us we experience grace. (p. 29).
This is not a proper form of evangelism or even evangelism at all. Sinners need to be confronted by the fact that they are sinners and that they need an alien righteousness in Christ Jesus. Sinners are not loved by God they are actually hated (e.g. Romans 5:6-8, Proverbs 6:17, Proverbs 6:19, Ps. 139:22, 2 Peter 3:9, Romans 9:13, Proverbs 11:20, Psalms 5:5, Ps 16:6-9, Hosea 9:15, Lev 23:23). The gospel is not that you are accepted by God, but that you are alienated from God and an object of his wrath unless you repent and turn to Christ as Savior. Manning’s gospel is a gross misinterpretation of the bible gospel. I recognize with Manning that Christ came for the sick, but the sick recognize that they were sick and need a doctor. Without the realization that one is alienated from God and that God hates his sin, one would be hard pressed to find a reason why we would even need Christ. Manning’s gospel makes Christ apathetic to sin. For Manning, Christ does not care about your sin. This is problematic for the fact that the majority of the NT addresses the seriousness of sin, especially in the life of the church. 1 Cor 5 discusses what the church is to do if sexual sin is found within the church and that involves excommunication of an unrepentant sinner. In the story the woman at the well, Jesus forgives her sins, and calls us to sin no more. This story is not an example of the Christ being carefree in regards to sin, but Christ forgiving sin and calling for righteous living out of thankfulness from His grace.
Here are some other problematic issues within the book
Manning says, “God is a kooky God who can scarcely bear to be without us” (p. 165).
Acts 17:24-25, Job 35:6, Psalm 50, Rev 4:11 demonstrate that God needs nothing and that only by his good pleasure did He create us. Creation was not out of necessity, but out of his good pleasure.
Manning says: “The Story goes that a public sinner was excommunication and forbidden entry to the church. He took his woes to God. ‘They won’t let me in, Lord because I am a sinner.’ ‘What are you talking about?’ said God. ‘They won’t let Me in either (p. 30).”
This is another example of Manning critiquing a scriptural command given to the church to discipline those who are living in unrepentant sin (1 Cor 5).
Manning says: “Something is radically wrong when the local church rejects a person accepted by Jesus: when a harsh, judgmental and unforgiving sentence is passed on homosexuals; when a divorcee is denied communion; when the child of a prostitute is refused baptism; when an unlaicized priest is forbidden the sacraments” (The Ragamuffin Gospel, p. -28-9).
Yet another example by Manning of God’s apathy toward sin.
Summary
To be brutally honest, I did not enjoy the book at all. The book is one of those books that drags along. I found myself fighting to pick of up the book and looking forward to it being over. I did not struggling reading the book because of the bad theology as much as because it was bad writing. I often thoroughly enjoy reading bad theology or heresy, much like people enjoy reading the National Inquirer. I had to beat myself up just to read it. I think the reason that it has sold so much is probably because it is filled with one-liners and cliché sayings. I think there are some serious theological issues of concern in the book. I do not believe Manning understands the gospel or sin. I would not go to the extent to say Manning is an unbeliever, but just a believer who misunderstands scriptures teaching in regards to the gospel. I am still confused as to how Manning was a Catholic priest in light of his continual re-iteration of justification by faith alone apart from works (I do not believe he even explains this well). I think Manning’s gospel makes Jesus out to be a cuddly Teddy Bear who wants to hug everyone. When I think of Manning’s Christ I think of Barney the dinosaur dancing around hugging little kids. My language may seem harsh, but I truly think that it is fair to his arguments.
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Review 13 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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Ragtag Renewal

Date:February 14, 2011
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Brennan Manning has written a masterpiece on grace with The Ragamuffin Gospel. In Manning's own words, the book was written for "the bedraggled, beat-up, and burnt-out". In fact, those were the very types that Jesus ministered to most frequently.
Ragamuffins are simply marginalized, ordinary, overlooked, common people. People like the woman at the well, beggars, thieves, tax-collectors, little children, and fishermen were the ones Christ most often associated with. Why? Simply because these were often the ones, not only with the greatest needs, but the ones who realized they had no means of receiving grace on their own. They needed help, they needed love, and they were rewarded for the faith in the person of Jesus Christ. Humility and brokenness, coupled with desperate pleas are heard by God.
I believe Brennan Manning is an eloquent writer. The Ragamuffin Gospel helped me in my faith journey. It encouraged me to abandon myself to grace - that unmerited, undeserved, freely given love of God. I have read this book multiple times, wearing it out with a highlighter and writing in the margins. Manning has been a major influencer in reminding me of the depths of Christ's love during some difficult days. I want to love more like Christ did as a result of reading this book! I would gladly recommend this to anyone wanting to challenge their perceptions of God as a small-minded, cold-hearted, distant "man". That God does not exist except in the errant person's warped mind. The God I know and serve consumes my life and loves me unashamedly. He loves us all and desires a personal relationship with anyone who will come to Him by faith in His precious Son.
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This book is astounding! It just blew me away with the stories and explanations of God's wonder and love! Read it and it will change your life. God is awesome.
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Date:June 2, 2010
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If you want to finally understand how much God loves you then you MUST read this book. It truly changed my life and taught me how to trust the God we can not see but feel so strong in our hearts. I am reading the sequel "Ruthless Trust" and I have to tell you to just go ahead and get that one also. Amazing !!!
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Review 16 for The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out - eBook
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The Lord Jesus Christ warned His followers, "Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep�s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves (Matt. 7:15). The warning was important because Jesus later said to them: "Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves; therefore be shrewd as serpents, and innocent as doves" (Matt. 10:16). The apostle Paul, with a deeply troubled spirit and in tears, penned a similar warning: "I know that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock" (Acts 20:29).This is a major theme of The Ragamuffin Gospel, "trusting the love of God," because God loves you no matter what you do. There is no call to sanctification or holiness. Instead Manning excuses sin as human weakness that God will tolerate regardless of whether the sinner is repentant or not. In saying this, Manning has turned "the grace of our God into licentiousness" (Jude 4). He writes: "False gods" the gods of human understanding" despise sinners, but the Father of Jesus loves all, no matter what they do. But of course this is almost too incredible for us to accept."2 Yes, too incredible because it violates God's word: "Thou dost hate all who do iniquity" (Psalm 5:5).
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Date:March 18, 2010
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Sharon R Gibson
This is truely an excellent book about God's saving grace. It was written, I think, for those of us who sometimes don't feel worthy of receiving God's gift. I felt so much peace after reading it. I felt closer to God.
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Date:March 5, 2010
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Donna Wright
Excellent book ; many important points whichI am applying to my life ! The author gives many practical examples of everyday people,which is a great encouragement to me.
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Date:January 22, 2010
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Eliza Bushn
Visually demanding and content is amazing. Great for the hip young seeker or a person whose concept of grace needs definition. Highly recommend this.
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Date:December 23, 2009
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The content of this book was amazing good. THe binding came loose within a day. High marks for content but low marks for binding.
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