Woe to Christianity is a powerful study on religion and the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is a courageous presentation on culture, religion, and the gospel. This book offers a powerful debate on worship from both biblical and cultural perspectives. In this book, our readers we will find a very clear presentation of the book of Hebrews, which is analyzed as the 5th Gospel besides Matthews, Mark, Luke, and John. The book of Hebrews exposes failures of religion and the necessity of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Woe to Christianity! is a discourse on How a culture that is in crisis is taking over religion and over some local Christian churches. Some colorful stories and real life challenges presented in this book attests to that evidence. Woe to Christianity is a must read by anyone. Our passions, our attitudes, our actions have entangled the gospel of Jesus-Christ for too long: Free the gospel from any language that is too confusing. Free the gospel from this mirage that is too show- business-like. Free the gospel from those internal affairs that are too self- driven. Free the gospel from this culture that focuses too much on self. Hold the gospel in its simplicity so that souls can be saved. Hold the gospel in its power so that men and women can change. Hold the gospel in its effectiveness so that God be glorified and that people be really transformed to the image of Christ.Every believer is called upon to serve God. Service to God has two components: A personal commitment to live sacrificially and a corporate commitment to contribute to the kingdom of God to come. In other words, the believer in Christ in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Woe to Christianity|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-03-31|