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The Compromised Church: The Present Evangelical Crisis (edition 1998)

by John H. Armstrong (Editor)

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Is the evangelical church in trouble? Has it compromised itself culturally, doctrinally, and liturgically? These essays from some of today's most knowledgeable voices finger the pulse of evangelical Christianity and show how you can promote the kind of change that leads to genuine, churchwide reformation. This book takes on the emotionally charged issues of the church's " life together" --issues that influence the daily life of your assembly. How should evangelicals view the church and its traditions? What role do the sacraments play? What course has today's church taken in the face of pop culture? Does the manner of worship really matter? If your local fellowship is to fulfill its divine mission, these are the areas you'll want to consider to ensure a strong, unified church body. Every congregation needs members with keen minds and warm hearts who will challenge the leader and the layman alike to think more clearly about what is being done and why. May this book provoke a practical, passionate longing for an uncompromised church that truly reflects God's heart.… (more)
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Is the evangelical church in trouble? Has it compromised itself culturally, doctrinally, and liturgically? These essays from some of today's most knowledgeable voices finger the pulse of evangelical Christianity and show how you can promote the kind of change that leads to genuine, churchwide reformation. This book takes on the emotionally charged issues of the church's " life together" --issues that influence the daily life of your assembly. How should evangelicals view the church and its traditions? What role do the sacraments play? What course has today's church taken in the face of pop culture? Does the manner of worship really matter? If your local fellowship is to fulfill its divine mission, these are the areas you'll want to consider to ensure a strong, unified church body. Every congregation needs members with keen minds and warm hearts who will challenge the leader and the layman alike to think more clearly about what is being done and why. May this book provoke a practical, passionate longing for an uncompromised church that truly reflects God's heart.

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