The twenty-first century has witnessed unprecedented and revolutionary scientific, theological, technological, philosophical, and sociocultural changes, many of which have churned serious challenges to Christianity. In the face of these challenges, can a believer realistically walk with God?
Walking with God in the Twenty-First Century examines the prospects of a devout Christian walking with God today, and it addresses a number of questions that all Christians must consider:
Is Gods desire to walk with a devout Christian in the twenty-first century an illusion?
What does it mean to walk with God?
What are the major challenges to practicing Christianity in this century?
How is the devil operating undercover to prevent believers from walking with God?
Can a Christian realistically live a life fully devoted to God in the twenty-first century?
Are there any provisions for a committed believer to practice Christianity in this church age?
Pastors, church leaders, theology students, and Christians of all stripes should consider these new challenges and seek out Gods answers. In this way we can be equipped to walk with God in the most corrupt of environments, becoming a true disciple of Christ with a deepened commitment to obey his commandments.
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About the Author
Martin Kaonga is a pastor and theologian. He also has a PhD in environmental Science and serves as the Director of the Cambridge Centre for Environment in the United Kingdom. The author is passionate about personal and corporate spiritual growth in an environment that is hostile to the Christian faith. His ability to integrate science and faith, coupled with twenty-six years of pastoral ministry in Africa and in the UK, enables him to challenge believers to walk with God. Dr. Kaonga has a strong teaching ministry and a calling to be a voice of God to the nations, and he is committed to helping Christians and unbelievers understand that science is a tool God has given us to appreciate and care for nature to the glory of God.