Theological Violence in the 21st Century: The Eclipse of Ethics and Morality in Today's World

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Dr. Scott T. Kelso, May 6, 2021 - Religion - 184 pages

YOU HOLD IN YOUR HAND an analysis of two central truths. First, the betrayal of theological education in America leaving the vast majority of clergy bereft of the supernatural element in the Bible and in life. Upon entering active ministry in the local church, too many clergy are ill-prepared to meet the challenges of modern ministry, lacking very little power or confidence in the authority of the Bible to meet basic human needs.

Secondly, having been absent in the most topsy-turvy period of the twentieth century, the 1960s Church all but caved in to the '60s revolution, changing America for generations to come. We are still seeing fruit from that seed sown from the sexual revolution, to the presentday political turmoil in government and in the streets, to the call of Socialism to govern our lives. It's all there in embryo in the 1960s. This book analyzes a path forward from the '60s chaos to a clear message of repentance while turning to the supernatural power of God as we enter a last-days' scenario.

Anyone wondering why the Church has wobbled on the most important social issues of the day when the Bible is crystal clear on many of them will come away with a new perspective of understanding and a clear vision of how the individual Christian can make a real difference in the spiritual landscape of America. Come join the new revolution!

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