A Review of
Unoffendable: How Just One Change Can Make All of Life Better
There’s no such thing as righteous anger, according to Brent Hansen.
Really? Was this, I wondered, another trite “feel-good-because-love-wins” book? I’ll admit it: I started out skeptical. As a matter of fact, I found myself feeling a little indignant by Unoffendable’s entire premise. I recognized the irony of that, so I decided to go into the book with an open (albeit discerning) mind. And my findings were surprising.
Ultimately, Hansen builds a plausible and compelling case by using Scripture and, especially, the example of Jesus as his guides.