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Mark Driscoll delivers a wake up call for every believer We are living in a post Christian culture a culture fundamentally at odds with faith in Jesus This is good and bad news The good news is that God is still working redeeming people from this spiritual wasteland and inspiring a resurgence of faithful believers The bad news is that many believers just don't get it They continue to gather e. Great book on the current affairs of the church and how to reason with it Mark deals with multiple different denominations and what separates them theologically and how we as the whole body of Christ can work together towards God s mission I definitely recommend to Christians who grew up in the church like myself and newer Christians who wrestle with the sheer mass of different beliefs on the same Bible

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A Call to Resurgence

Xclusively into insular tribes lobbing e bombs at each other in cyberspaceMark's book is a clarion call for Christians It's time to get to work We can only do this if we unite around Jesus and the essentials found in his Word while at the same time appreciating the distinctives within each Christian tribe Mark shows us how to do just that This isn't the time to wait or debate Join the resurgen. This book is a powerful wakeup call for the church and for Christianity

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It's tempting to believe that the Christian faith is alive and well in our country today Our politicians talk about God Our mega churches are filled Christian schools dot our landscape Brace yourself It's an illusion Believe it or not only 8 percent of Americans profess and practice true evangelical Christian faith There are left handed people than evangelical Christians in AmericaIn this book. A Call to Resurgence is a clarion call for Christians to rise out of the ashes of Christendom 8 and the Moral Majority and return to a spoken gospel focusing on Jesus Christ s finished work 24 and work towards unity with different tribes within the Church A lot of the first chapters were heavy on politics social issues and cultural issues He traces the history of evangelicalism starting with the beginning of the nineteenth century and looks at issues like pornography father hunger and homosexuality to show how Christendom diedDriscoll then classifies the Christian tribes for the record I hate the term tribes within the Church He starts this section with a brief defense of the Elephant Room 2 debacle and T D Jakes The main point of the entire fiasco according to Driscoll was T D Jakes didn t know other Christian leaders in his tribe The point is that Christianity has become so splintered and separated that even Christian leaders don t know each other 85 Ironically he says later that when he is talking about fellowship between tribes he s not talking about tolerating false teaching wolves who in the name of false unity love the sheep in order to feast on them 115Read the entire review here


10 thoughts on “A Call to Resurgence

  1. says:

     Mark Driscoll A Call to Resurgence Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future? Carol Stream IL Tyndale House Publishers Inc 2013 Hardback KindleI do not often read Mark Driscoll I am neither a Calvinist nor a complementarian as he is; and I don’t appreciate his occasionally bombastic statements But when a copy of his new boo

  2. says:

    It's Driscoll so you are going to get raw truth Sometimes it burns sometimes it feels good and sometimes pisses you off I pe

  3. says:

    A Call to Resurgence is a clarion call for Christians to rise out of the ashes of Christendom 8 and the Moral Majority and return to a spoken gospel focusing on Jesus Christ’s finished work 24 and work towards un

  4. says:

    In an age where it seems at every turn our once Christian oriented society is rejected God at seemingly all levels of society it is a natural inclination to seek to assess what is going on and for that matter whether we as

  5. says:

    Don't give up don't ever give up Driscoll doesn't use those exact words in this book it is actually a uote from Jim Valvano's famous cancer speech but I think it sums up well the message that Driscoll wants to convey to true born again believers everywhere This book is a resounding call for Christians to experi

  6. says:

    Great book on the current affairs of the church and how to reason with it Mark deals with multiple different denomination

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    This review by Dr Nicholson has been provided courtesy of Desert Bible Institute wwwdesertbibleinstitutecomAfter listening to Mark Driscoll’s newest book A Call to Resurgence I feel like I just went through a week of seminaron fast forwarduphill I would gladly tell you what Driscoll talks about if only I could figure out what he

  8. says:

    This is a great book and I highly recommend it

  9. says:

    This book is a powerful wakeup call for the church and for Christianity

  10. says:

    Great books are written and only few people take the time to read it Not only read it but critically think about it and review it Some read the book and immediately put pen to paper and start casting a review either positive or negative others read the book put it down think about it read sections over and really dive into

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