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Spiritual Profiling by Tom Hovestol
How Jesus Interacted with 8 Different Types of People and why it Matters for You

"Clever. Fresh. Insightful. Interesting. Fun. Challenging. Spiritual Profiling takes us down a biblical path we have not traveled before. Tom Hovestol combines the discipline of a scholar with the warmth of a pastor to give us a fresh look at Jesus and his relationships." – Leith Anderson (President, National Association of Evangelicals, Washington, D.C.; Pastor, Wooddale Church, Eden Prairie, MN)

"How should you relate today to the unchurched, the dechurched, religious syncretists, do-gooders, traditionalists, and several other groups of people? The answer is found in the surprising ways that Jesus related to these kinds of people in His day. Tom Hovestol has given us the gift of new lenses to see more clearly how Jesus related with diverse groups of people. He has also handed us new tools so that we can relate to similar people just like Jesus did – and always with grace and truth." – Brian Mavis (Executive Director of Externally Focused Network)

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"A luminous exposé of the loving wisdom and brilliance of Jesus! There is refreshing and penetrating insight here. This is a much needed read for the next generation of the church as it engages a globalized and pluralistic world with the Gospel." – Heath Hardesty (NextGen Pastor at Valley Community Church)

"In Spiritual Profiling Pastor Tom has given us a new lens through which to view ourselves and others. His diligent research into eight religious cultures of Jesus’ day forms the basis for a fresh perspective on the expressions of those cultures in our world. The companion online assessment tool brings a sharp and personal focus to the application of these biblical insights. This is a must read for those seeking to genuinely and effectively live out the life of Jesus in our pluralistic society." – Stephen LeBar, Ph.D. (Former Executive Director, CBAmerica)