Is the church adapting to remain relevant to our culture, or are we simply repeating the abuses of worship in ancient Ephesus?
Change, compromise, and ethical chaos ripple through popular religion in our day. The powerful waves seem to tower over our worship, our view of leadership, and our view of Christ and his church. Together they create the strong impression that our time has no parallel - and that Christian ethics and doctrines must adapt or they will be washed away. However, our day is not as unique as we may have concluded. In numerous ways ancient Ephesus felt similar storms. Bruce Morton invites us to travel to the busy city 1950 years distant, convinced that the apostle Paul's letters to Christians in Ephesus will also help us see our time and place more clearly.
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