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American Christianity: Divine and Naked

7 Ratings: 1.7
Explores and calls out pressing issues and concerns in the Church.
1 review about American Christianity: Divine and Naked

Christianity in America- A faithless sell-out?

  • May 21, 2010
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"American Christianity: Divine & Naked explores the postmodern landscape of the Christian Church in America by covering some of the most pressing issues and concerns of today. Much of the turmoil we experience in our Church reflects a faithlessness that has left us with too many churches that are segmented, powerless, and selling out the gospel in the name of self-interest rather than giving out the gospel in a spirit of self-denial. This book calls the Church out on these issues and urges us to renewal and refocus in the gospel of the Kingdom. "- Product Description Amazon.com
(Available in Paperback and for Kindle) (Book Author:Matthew Pennock)
My copy hasn't arrived yet, so I'll write a real review after I've read it; just trying to get the book out there in the public eye!
 

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