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Six very short videos (and one very long one) on the big ideas in his new book "Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power." For more info, see ivpress.com/playinggod.

  1. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Flourishing

    In the garden, God reveals the desire for life to flourish, not to be limited to a certain number or a certain space. Power from the true God allows all to flourish.

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  2. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Playing the Cello

    Teaching is a beautiful example of the power of the true God. The teacher doesn't lose power as the student gains it. Instead, the total power in the field is increased for the benefit of both the teacher and the student.

    For more info, see ivpress.com/playinggod.

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  3. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Either/Or

    Playing God is inevitable. You will either play a false god or you will bear the image of the true God.

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  4. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Idolatry

    In the beginning, our idols seem to ask for so little but as time passes they extract more and more from us and simultaneously provide less and less. Power from the true God is not zero-sum.

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  5. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Poverty

    Poverty isn't fundamentally about a lack of money or political influence but instead the result of an individual or group playing a false god to another individual or group.

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  6. Andy Crouch, author of Playing God, on Institutions

    Exclusivity and privilege have given institutions a bad reputation but true flourishing is only possible if we are leaving behind a legacy of the true God to our children's children.

    For more info, see ivpress.com/playinggod.

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