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The Great Evangelical Disaster

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Have evangelicals diluted the truth and sold out to the world? In this thought-provoking new book, Schaeffer exposes the rise of compromise and its ... Show synopsis

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  • Excellent book Feb 10, 2011
    by LetaT

    Good for anyone wondering what's wrong with the modern "evangelical" churches.

  • Provocative May 29, 2008
    by piafinn

    Francis Schaeffer was one of the greatest Christian Apologists (defenders of the faith) of this generation. He wrote 25 books, with 3 million copies in print, and was a much sought-after speaker.
    Although this may have been the last book he wrote before he died, it was the first of his books that I read. This was the book that got me reading around issues related to Christianity.
    The premise of the book is that Evangelical Christianity has experienced a critical crisis. He refers to it as a watershed event; an issue that causes a divide and makes a person choose one side or the other.
    The issue he is referring to is the inerrancy of Scripture. It used to be that if you said you were a Christian, it followed that you believed the Bible to be true. However, a shift occurred, so that many people felt they could be Christians, and yet believe the Bible to be full of errors.
    Schaeffer further explains that the implications of such a view were compromise and accommodation, until there was almost nothing they would speak out against.
    It is a call to a radical, back-to-basics faith, one in which Believers, actually Believe.

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