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Freedom for Ministry

by Richard John Neuhaus

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Fantastic reality check. It's so easy to get disillusioned with the glitz, shallowness of the church in our world. Here is a call to minister in the Church of Christ which will always struggle in weakness and triumph by suffering love until our Lord returns. I'm glad I read this book before ordination.
  frielink | Aug 29, 2008 |
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Taking a look at today's Church and religious situation, Neuhaus argues that there is a necessary awkwardness about Christian ministry because we are ambassadors of a "disputed sovereignty". Neuhaus also discusses the minister as leader of worship and the art, discipline, and "absurd responsibility" of being a preacher.

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