The Diluted Church

The Diluted Church

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by Timothy L. Price
     
 
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In this systematic study, author Timothy L. Price examines two of the most explosive subjects in conversation: religion and politics. Addressed mainly to religious conservatives, this book asks as many questions to the ¿Religious-Right¿ about their approach.

This work exposes hypocrisy and ignorance that are part and

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From the Publisher:

In this systematic study, author Timothy L. Price examines two of the most explosive subjects in conversation: religion and politics. Addressed mainly to religious conservatives, this book asks as many questions to the ¿Religious-Right¿ about their approach.

This work exposes hypocrisy and ignorance that are part and parcel with accepting the religious conservative bandwagon as a legitimate way of expressing Christ to a non-believing society. The author is detailed in exposing the fallacy of using politics to do the church¿s work. This book is about redirecting the energy of the ¿Religious-Right,¿ from being aggressive and self-righteous, to becoming more like Christ.

If culture change is what the religious conservatives want, why are they so afraid to change themselves? Why do they assume that culture change should be in their direction? And why are they vehemently opposed any person of faith that would credibly question their sense rightness? Get this book and discover why.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780976522201
Publisher:
Ekklesia Press
Publication date:
06/01/2005
Pages:
276
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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The Diluted Church 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is not exaclty and easy read. It is well argued and systematic in its thesis. Anyone who has an open mind will understand where the author is going. Those that can only see politics in the light it is commonly thought about conservative/liberal, secular/religious will miss what the author is getting at. This book is not for the simple-minded. This author does well in describing the view many believers had down through the ages when they could not depend on the state to support their interests or protect them. This book is a rare find in our day, but is much needed.