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The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience: Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World?

The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience: Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World?

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Rating: 3 out of 5 stars3/5 (30 ratings)
Length: 138 pages2 hours

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Ron Sider asserts that "by their daily activity, most 'Christians' regularly commit treason. With their mouths they claim that Jesus is their Lord, but with their actions they demonstrate their allegiance to money, sex, and personal self-fulfillment."
In this candid and challenging book, Sider addresses an embarrassing reality: most Christians' lives are no different from the lives of their secular neighbors. Hedonism, materialism, racism, egotism, and many other undesirable traits are commonplace among Christians.
Rather than simply a book bemoaning the state of American Christianity today, The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience offers readers solutions to repair the disconnect between belief and practice. While it's not easy medicine to take, this book is a much-needed prophetic call to transformed living.
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The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience: Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World?

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Book Information

The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience: Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World?

Ratings:
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars3/5 (30 ratings)
Length: 138 pages2 hours

Description

Ron Sider asserts that "by their daily activity, most 'Christians' regularly commit treason. With their mouths they claim that Jesus is their Lord, but with their actions they demonstrate their allegiance to money, sex, and personal self-fulfillment."
In this candid and challenging book, Sider addresses an embarrassing reality: most Christians' lives are no different from the lives of their secular neighbors. Hedonism, materialism, racism, egotism, and many other undesirable traits are commonplace among Christians.
Rather than simply a book bemoaning the state of American Christianity today, The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience offers readers solutions to repair the disconnect between belief and practice. While it's not easy medicine to take, this book is a much-needed prophetic call to transformed living.
Read More