I submitted my essay and one day I received the book in my mailbox.
I sat and read the book almost immediately. I wanted to see whether Platt would top the Radical, whether I would find myself so closely connected to the message he was sharing. He did. And I believe I liked this book more than the last.
In Radical Together, Platt shifted from shock to a subtle dialogue, which asks readers to consider whether they believe the gospel. And if so, are they living it?
Radical Together held a different vibe. The content was as relevant as Radical but I believe Platt delivered the first few chapters in a less "shocking" approach. He somewhat nursed readers into understanding the importance of the Great Commission and to consider whether we are living our lives in a bubble isolated from the world or if we are truly picking up our crosses daily for Christ.
I would recommend this book to all believers, especially people in ministry and leadership in churches. Platt gives a very candid account of the issues before the leadership of his church and how they decided to address them. He also, shows readers how we can make our connections with others by coming a community of Christ believing, living, walking, Christians.