The Ever-Loving Truth: Can Faith Thrive in a Post-Christian Culture?

The Ever Loving Truth Can Faith Thrive in a Post Christian Culture Voddie Baucham has a message for Christians in today s culture it s time to take a stand for the truth In The Ever Loving Truth this powerful preacher and teacher addresses the cost of being a twenty

  • Title: The Ever-Loving Truth: Can Faith Thrive in a Post-Christian Culture?
  • Author: Voddie T. Baucham Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780805427882
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Voddie Baucham has a message for Christians in today s culture it s time to take a stand for the truth In The Ever Loving Truth,this powerful preacher and teacher addresses the cost of being a twenty first century Christian and helps adults apply the unchanging truth of God s Word to contemporary life issues.The Ever Loving Truth draws parallels between committed ChristiaVoddie Baucham has a message for Christians in today s culture it s time to take a stand for the truth In The Ever Loving Truth,this powerful preacher and teacher addresses the cost of being a twenty first century Christian and helps adults apply the unchanging truth of God s Word to contemporary life issues.The Ever Loving Truth draws parallels between committed Christians in our society and the New Testament writers, Peter and John, as followers of Christ who proclaimed and stood for truth in their non Christian environment Participants will find this compelling study leads them to evaluate what it means to be a Christian today and how to apply God s unchanging truth to a variety of circumstances.

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    1. Great primer on Relativism or the idea that all religions/ideas have the same truth content. Overall, it was great and covered some very good ground. Enjoyed his discussion on Truth & Relativism and particularly edified by his discussion on how our approach to apologetics should be. Though I wish more objections would have been examined, I guess this is a beginner's guide to the subject.

    2. Baucham is one of my favorite preachers, and this book merely reinforces my admiration for him. Highly recommended for anyone interested in the beliefs and methodology of the postmodern worldview.

    3. This book is barely three stars. While the author gives a brief, somewhat oversimplified (which he acknowledges), nod to postmodernism's origins, he really offers no new insights beyond anecdotes and hasty generalizations. He mentions Derrida, but leaves out Foucault and Lyotard. He also appears to have made the latter half, or more, of his book a reworking of Lee Strobel's Case for Faith/Christ. While the information isn't bad, and he has a few fresh turns of phrase, he offers nothing new. He a [...]

    4. Mr. Baucham issues a clarion call to all Christians.A cogent review of the current state of cultural apologetics and the challenges that face true (non-nominal) Christians in the post-modern world. A well written guide for Christians who struggle to share Christ in an increasingly hostile environment of manicured politically correct niceties, that are actually a thinly veiled totalitarian pseudo tolerance. Voddie gives truth and encouragement to the intellectualism which the Christian witness sh [...]

    5. This book starts with bang but fizzled towards the end. It starts by calling out cultural issues and problems with incisive insight and courage, especially concerning race and the dangers of political correctness. These themes were outstanding. However, the response portion of the book, about half, functioned as a ground-level Christian apologetics book. Important information to be sure, but I would have preferred the author use that same insight to provide more concrete solutions for the reader [...]

    6. We always hear about how the world is going to hell in a hand basket. However if you provide any comfort or solace in this. Voddie takes a look at Peter and John standing in front of the Sanhedrin and their defense and applies it to our present circumstances. It is not a book with the answers but rather a book to evaluate yourself and charge you with taking a stand!

    7. loved it! I tore through this book. I felt I really relate to the theme and message of the book. Voddie does a good job of making his points and not being redundant. I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs to be affirmed in the objectivity of truth and our ability to know it by God's grace.

    8. A good reminder for all Christians about the importance of being firm in our beliefs and being aware of what is going on in our world around us. Once again Baucham is sensible and logical in his presentation, while using strong biblical support for his statements. His anecdotes made this book a particular joy to read!

    9. This is a very basic, introductory world-view book. It is probably most helpful to a high school or college student who hasn't given much consideration to worldview and Christian apologetics. Those that have spent time studying and reading on worldview and apologetics won't get much out of this one.The content is good, but disappointingly basic.

    10. This is a very thought provoking book regarding Christian Faith in the "Post-Christian Culture." Provides some good background to help support your defense of your faith in today's world.

    11. Good introduction to contemporary challenges to Christians from the culture and some useful sections on sharing the gospel in such a culture.

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