"What If Jesus Meant All of That Stuff?"
Here is a great article printed in "Esquire" magazine written by Shane Claiborne, a man I particularly look up to:
Shane Claiborne's "Letter To Non-Believers"
Shane was designated by the magazine to be one of the 30 Best and Brightest People of 2009. Knowing him through his writing, I am sure Shane was probably embarrassed by the designation but it at least gave him a chance to get the Message out to a wider audience.
I consider Shane to be a modern-day John the Baptist, an "ordinary radical" in the best sense. You can read a little more about him through his Wikipedia profile.
As a "radical", Shane often riles up many people in Christian circles. His "Esquire" article drew this response from popular writer, blogger, and pastor Kevin DeYoung.
I tend to agree less with Kevin's response and more with the message Shane communicates in his article, but they both write good things to ponder. Both agree that the Gospel needs to be shared in a compelling way, and that is something I can agree with as well.