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The biblical truths forwarded nearly five hundred years ago in the Protestant Reformation brought freedom to Christians from many of the same forms of bondage that have reemerged and are so prevalent within contemporary evangelical Christianity. From legalistic traditionalism based on performance to the many teachings in pop evangelicalism today that leave people confused, burned-out and often neurotic on many issues and in many areas, an environment has been created that often creates either self-righteous pharisaism or dispair—or sometimes both. In Reformation Riches in the Contemporary Church, attorney David Bruins offers readers a lay-person's introduction to some of the vintage liberating treasures of biblical Christianity that were recovered in the Protestant Reformation.
Bruins encourages burned-out evangelicals to take another look—from a Reformation perspective—and begin basking in the good news and all of its vast riches. Through a series of thought-provoking essays, this book also introduces other skeptics to an undiluted and robust Christianity.
Number of Pages: 174
Vendor: Wipf & Stock
Publication Date: 2016
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