Word Pub., 1992 - Religion - 455 pages
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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A commentary on the state of the Christian Church, known as the body of Christ, in the latter years of the 20th Century, but certainly applicable to the present day. In a familiar format, Chuck Colson ... Read full review
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