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Smuggling Jesus Back into Church: How the church became worldly and what to do about it
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Smuggling Jesus Back into Church: How the church became worldly and what to do about it (Paperback)

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Synopsis

What's gone wrong with the church?



If you've been feeling that something vital has gone missing from our spiritual lives, you're not alone. But from scandals involving celebrity preachers, to busy programmes that have little sense of God and struggling to find time to pray, what is it that lies behind the church is crisis? Is it possible that we've forgotten to put Jesus at the centre of everything? And if so, what can do we about it?



In Smuggling Jesus Back into Church Andrew Fellows shows us with a sharp eye how secularism has reshaped church culture, changing the way many Christians and churches live and worship without being noticed. Both provocative and practical, he challenges us to live with radical Christ-like distinctiveness - distinctiveness that requires both reformation by the church and revival by the Holy Spirit.



Timely and prophetic, Smuggling Jesus Back into Church is essential reading for anyone concerned about the effects of secularism on Christianity and modern church culture, or for anyone who struggles with Church and wants to understand why. Filled with passion and vision, it will point you back towards Jesus and revitalise your understanding of what Christian discipleship should be.



It's time to remember what lies at the heart of our faith. It's time to smuggle Jesus back into church and back into the centre of our lives.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian institutions & organizationsReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian life & practice Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press Publication Date: 20/10/2022 ISBN-13: 9781789743432  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Andrew Fellows is director of Christian Heritage, Cambridge, which is committed to cultural apologetics. Before that he was director of L'Abri Fellowship England. Much of his research and teaching has been devoted to helping Christians make sense of the 'secular age'.

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