Erwin McManus wasn\'t raised in a Christian home, so when he came to Christ as a college student, he didn\'t know the rules of the \ eligious club.\ He didn\'t do well in Shakespeare courses, so he didn\'t really understand the KJV Bible he was given either. But he did understand that prayer was a conversation, and he learned to talk to God and wait for answers. Erwin\'s way was passionate and rough around the edges-a sincere, barbaric journey to Christ. Barbaric Christians see Jesus differently than civilized Christians. They see disciples differently, and they see Christ\'s mission differently. The Barbarian Way is a call to escape \civilized\ Christianity and become original, powerful, untamed Christians-just as Christ intended.