Taking Back the Good Book: How America Forgot the Bible and Why It Matters to You
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Taking Back the Good Book explores how America has developed an apathetic---sometimes hostile---attitude toward biblical principles. To counter this troubling attitude, Kroll offers practical suggestions to help you develop a personal strategy to fuel your passion for and understanding of God's Word.
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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Woodrow Kroll demonstrates the crisis of biblical illiteracy, provides solutions to recover biblical knowledge, and challenges all Christians to take part in taking back the Good Book.
Written with urgent immediacy, providing interest-catching, biblically-accurate text, and showing great understanding of the problem, Kroll first discusses the readers intimate need of the Bible, then moves on to the Bibles impact throughout Americas history. Building momentum, he next carries his audience into the core of this book: Bible illiteracy; he discusses its causes, its horrendous impact on American life, especially in the church, and what can be done. The vivid, spiritually practical ideas given definitely connect you back with the Author of the Bible. And once you have connected, the next steps move you out to the church, the community, and the nation. The appendices supply further help getting you back into the Bible: 3 important Bible reading challenges, and modern helps to keep you in the Bible.
Within my own church, people are having a hard time getting into the Bible. I hear statements like, Its so hard to set time aside in my busy day for Bible reading, and, Well at least I hear what the pastor says on Sunday mornings even if I dont read the Bible any other time. Taking Back the Good Book strikes directly at the heart of our problems and gives invaluable help. I recommend this book for any Christian who wants to move closer to the Lord, and any church truly trying to energize its congregation. Donna Eggett, Christian Book Previews.com
shay shay5 Stars Out Of 5Taking Back the Good Book by Woodrow KrollApril 5, 2015shay shayQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Parents, youth leaders, preachers, any Christians, this book is worth your time and truly needed
in our culture. You will be shocked, challenged, and grateful for the information this author condensed for us.
MUST READ. MUST APPLY.
Our children deserve it. It's a fast read too.
Stacy L. Harp5 Stars Out Of 5April 15, 2007Stacy L. HarpOutstanding review and analysis of our culture and the need for churches to get back to teaching the Bible.A Must read for every pastor and Christian who loves and cares about Scriptural truth and living.