Jesus with Dirty Feet: A Down-to-Earth Look at Christianity for the Curious  Skeptical, By Don Everts

Jesus with Dirty Feet

A Down-to-Earth Look at Christianity for the Curious Skeptical

by Don Everts

Jesus with Dirty Feet
  • Length: 125 pages
  • Dimensions: 4.25 × 7 in
  • Published: April 01, 1999
  • Imprint: IVP
  • Item Code: 2206
  • ISBN: 9780830822065

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Most folks think of Jesus
as the man who started Christianity.

But it turns out
he wasn't just a man,
and he didn't just start Christianity.

Most folks think of Jesus
as an other-worldly religious leader,
a great moral teacher,
or maybe they don't think of him at all.

But he had dirty feet,
cooked breakfast
and got himself killed.

Who was this guy?
Why did people hate him so much?

And why should I care?

Whether you've never looked closely at the Christian faith or you've dismissed it as irrelevant, you owe yourself a glance at a Jesus unencumbered by stereotypes. You might be surprised at what you see.


1. Christianity: Smelly Fishermen
2. Jesus: God's Dirty Feet
3. Christians: Aliens!
4. Repentance: 180 Degrees
5. Church: The Tribe
6. Prayer: Blue-Collar Spirituality
7. The Bible: Dripping Pages
8. Salvation: Grassy Feast


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Don Everts

Don Everts is the senior pastor of First & Calvary Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Missouri, and is a writer for Lutheran Hour Ministries and the Hopeful Neighborhood Project. Don has spent almost three decades helping people on college campuses and in the local church become good stewards of their God-given gifts. Along the way, his wife, Wendy, has been helping Don do the same. His many books include The Reluctant Witness, The Spiritually Vibrant Home, and The Hopeful Neighborhood, all of which feature original research from Barna and biblical insights for our everyday lives.