Cross Currents: Making Sense of the Christian Life

Cross Currents: Making Sense of the Christian Life

by Harry Fox, Julie Belding

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Overview

Christian realizes that there is a culture war for control over every aspect of society. Pastors, teachers and church leaders are faced with questions about faith and culture almost on a daily basis. The problem is keeping up with the flood of information, yet it cannot be ignored. Post-modern thought has nearly erased the concept of right and wrong. Cherished truths of the Faith are scorned in popular media. Age-old tensions between Calvinists and Arminians are flaring up, and force a re-examination of classic problems of theology. Alarmingly, even evangelical pastors are compromising with the culture and are trumpeting this compromise in popular books. .
CrossCurrents -- Making Sense of the Christian Life gives a fearless critique of modern errors, showing how a diminished view of God is the inevitable result. Works by Francis A. Schaeffer, Gene Edward Veith and Kenneth Keathley are summarized to show how they can counterbalance what is wrong in our current conversation. On the other hand, books by leaders such as Harold Kushner, Rob Bell, and Greg Boyd contain dangers to Christianity. Issues are pinpointed in clear and easy-to-understand language, so as to equip thoughtful Christians with the tools they need to confront error in their own life and to teach others also.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149060740
Publisher: Foxware Publishing LLC
Publication date: 06/08/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 243
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Harry James "Jim" Fox has a Ph.D. in Theology, and has served as Elder, Pastor, Missionary and Seminary Teacher. He currently serves as an Elder of Calvary Baptist Church in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Jim was raised a Christian in western Colorado. He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior in 1949 (age 7) at an old-fashioned tent revival. A few years after his marriage to Carroll, his wife of nearly 44 years, both became active in a small church in Arizona, and have actively served Christ together ever since.

After serving in the US Army and after he left active duty, he was hired by the Bureau of Land Management, a federal conservation agency. He served as a Sunday School teacher and deacon in seven different Baptist churches.He was ordained to the Gospel Ministry in 1998.

They have two boys, Tim and Mark, both committed Christians. Mark and his family are missionaries to an unreached people group. Tim's family is also active in missions.

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