Post Cards from Another Gospel: A pastor guy's look at the post modern church!  -     By: James Babb
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Post Cards from Another Gospel: A pastor guy's look at the post modern church!

Winepress Publishing / 2011 / Paperback

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Christianity finds itself in a "truth crisis" as it struggles within the post modern culture for which we find ourselves living. Many of the historical truth claims of the Bible are being re-interpreted, if not rejected, in exchange for an acceptance by a culture who values skepticism, doubt, consumerism and universalism. James Babb, in Post Cards From Another Gospel presents a timely compilation of post modernism and the Church as chronicled through his pastoral experience and observation by providing the reader with a readily accessible look at how the church has embraced much of the culture's philosophy as reflected in many of the movements and trends of the church.
It is at times light hearted, satirical and humorous, but not light weight, as it calls for biblical truth to provide a sharpened focus to a culture which has far-too-often blurred the lines of truth in exchange for skepticism.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 200Â
Vendor: Winepress Publishing
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1414118023
ISBN-13: 9781414118024
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Christianity finds itself in a "truth crisis" as it struggles within the post modern cutlure for which we find ourselves living. Many of the historical truth claims of the Bible are being re-interpreted, if not rejected, in exchange for an acceptance by a culture who values skepticism, doubt, consumerism and universalism. James Babb, in Post Cards From Another Gospel presents a timely compilation of post modernism and the Church as chronicled through his pastoral experience and observation by providing the reader with a readily accessible look at how the church has embraced much of the culture's philospophy as reflected in many of the movements and trends of the church.Post Cards... effectively details truth compromise as refelcted in such church trends as: . The Seeker Sensivitive Movement. The Emergent Movement. Cultural Relevance. The Prosperity gospel. Social Justice -- and much, much more The author provides an easy access for a very difficult topic so that the reader is provided with a very clear definable road map in identifying the troublesome trend of assault upon truth; as well as a call for the believer to proclaim historical biblical truth to a culture where such truth is devalued. It is at times light hearted, satirical and humorous, but not light wieght, as it calls for biblical truth to provide a sharpened focus to a culture which has far-too-often blurred the lines of truth in exchange for skepticism.

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James Babb is a nineteen-year pastor and counselor who has embraced many of the post modern trends in which he examines in Post Cards from Another Gospel. After teaching history early in his career, Babb served as Associate Pastor for Counseling and Worship at New Covenant Fellowship Church in Knoxville Tennessee from 1992 - 2000. He then moved to the Bay area of Northern California where he served for eight-and-one-half years as Pastor and program director for Shepherd's Gate, a residential program for homeless and addicted women and their children. He now resides in the Nashville area with his wife of 27 years and two children. Babb is currently ministering at Nashville Recovery Church, a ministry arm of The Place of Hope, which works directly with the homeless in the Nashville area through Friday night outreach, as well as Sunday morning services.

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