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Kingdom Come by Malcolm Duncan
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Kingdom Come (original 2007; edition 2007)

by Malcolm Duncan

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Member:AACC-Adelaide
Title:Kingdom Come
Authors:Malcolm Duncan
Info:Monarch (2007), Paperback, 320 pages
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When we pray ''Your Kingdom Come", what do we mean? Local neighbourhoods everywhere are affected by global changes, including the death of a single religious vision, shifting work and family patterns, and widespread scepticism. Violence and tension are rising. There is a way forward. Churches are taking a lead in community cohesion and transformation. If we are faithful, the future is full of hope. Duncan outlines a "Kingdom approach" affecting every area of community life. From housing to healthcare, from citizenship to crime prevention, ordinary Christians and local churches have a vital role to play. This is a manifesto for social transformation, peppered with examples from across the Western world.… (more)

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