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The Good, The Beautiful, and the True

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270 pages3 hours

Summary

Written with passion, conviction, and a good dose of humor, this second volume of devotional essays from the author seeks to address some of the challenges facing the Church in the west and more particularly, in America. 

The rise of secularism and scientific naturalism in our nation, along with a strident, politically correct orthodoxy, has not only set the Church at odds with much of the culture, but it has also in some cases made her public enemy number one. 

The Church must regain her voice to a nation adrift, detached from the standard of God's Word that she might reveal that which is good and beautiful and true.

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