The church I love is crumbling. A few pockets of vitality can't excuse the collapse and inertia on all sides. It is not a post-denominational, inevitable dwindling. Rather it is a demise due to neglect. It is a crisis. There can no longer be business as usual. This book sounds an alarm. It is medicine that will not be easy to accept or take. The indifference of our seminaries, tall steeples, clergy generally is deeply troubling. It is past time for urgent, passionate, scandalizing response. What should we do? Who should do it? Here, read this.
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Book Description Evanston Publishing, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110982745338