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Culture : Living As Citizens of Heaven on Earth - Collected Insights from A. W. Tozer (Paperback)
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I want the world to know that I am a Christian. . . . I may not be a good Christian, but I am still a Christian.— A. W. Tozer
Political controversy is steadily increasing, highlighting the diverging paths of church and state. With so many polarizing issues all around us, we need to know:What does it look like to be a true Christian in an increasingly unchristian culture?
A. W. Tozer, called a modern prophet in his time, offers wise counsel for exactly this. Though the political and cultural issues now facing us may differ from those of Tozer’s time, the pressures are the same. With a keen sense for how the kingdom of God clashes with the kingdom of man, Tozer guides us in thinking and living as New Testament Christians, not American-Christian conglomerates. He asks us where our allegiances lay, and if we have the courage to live faithfully and effectively as dual citizens.
Chapter titles include:
- The “Spiritual-or-Secular” Tightrope
- Two Portraits of the Church
- The Great Test: Modifying the Truth
- Integration or Repudiation?
- Why We Are Lukewarm
- Sure! Pay That Income Tax
- Wanted: Courage with Moderation