How Now Shall We Live?

How Now Shall We Live?

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This important book is a major new title from one of the foremost evangelicals in the United States. Looking at a wide range of ethical and cultural issues, Charles Colson shows how the truth of Christianity can change the world. Internationally known author Charles Colson believes this to be the most significant book of his career. It carries a profound message needed by the church today and by individual Christians. The central theme is that faith in Jesus Christ is more than a private relationship with God; it is a way of seeing, understanding and changing the world. Christian faith brings with it basic ideas and beliefs that are the answers and counters to the world's philosophies. Christians often feel a loss of confidence in the face of secular philosophy as expressed in the culture of our age. The claims of scientists, New Age beliefs, shifting morality and so on can confuse. Colson provides the tools to interpret and confront the false, bankrupt ideas of the world and to use the truth of Christianity to make a difference for good. He helps his readers to evaluate their own lives and values. He offers the challenge -- How Now Shall We Live? This is a message for the church in the new millennium. Change in the world and in culture will not be achieved chiefly through political or social means, but by individual Christians knowing their faith and daring to be agents of God's more

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  • Paperback | 592 pages
  • 136 x 216 x 50mm | 679.99g
  • Grand Rapids, United States
  • English
  • 0551032588
  • 9780551032583

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