The Body

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Word Pub., 1992 - Religion - 455 pages
17 Reviews
Colson attacks the identity crisis of the Church in the 1990s. More than just getting involved or advocating church growth, this book crosses denominational lines and demands that we substitute a dynamic living faith for our current institutionalized religion. A prophetic look at where churches are heading while also tracing the Church's early roots and growth into the 1990s.

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User Review  - Philip Esguerra - Goodreads

An excellent analysis of the state of the church today. It opens my mind about the church role in affecting change from without and within. The part of the church in communist eastern Europe is worth the time reading. I will read more of Chuck Colson's book. Read full review

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User Review  - Duncan - Goodreads

Great book on church and it's role in the world today. How much individual fighting among the church has sidetrack it from its real purpose. The church need to be noticed in our society today. Read full review

Contents

What Is the Church?
9
Riverton
11
Identity Crisis
29
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Well known for his dynamic leadership of Prison Fellowship Ministries, Charles Colson has become a highly regarded author, speaker, and columnist.nbsp; He has written several best-selling books, including Born Again, A Dance with Deception, and How Now Shall We Live?.

Ellen Vaughn is an award-winning author whose works include The Strand and Gideon's Torch, co-authored with Charles Colson. Former vice president of executive communications for Prison Fellowship, Vaughn has also served as a speech writer and fund-raising consultant. She and her husband, Lee, live in Virginia with their three children.

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