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Reappearing Church

The Hope for Renewal in the Rise of Our Post-Christian Culture
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Length: 6 hrs and 2 mins
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What if the rise of secularism is good news for the church?

For decades, we set our hopes on technology, politics, and the appearance of peace. We wanted to believe we were headed somewhere better - that progress was happening. But now, as our technology ensnares and isolates us, our politics threaten to tear us apart and our cultural decline continues to accelerate, people are understandably distressed.

But throughout history, these periods of decline traditionally precede powerful spiritual renewal - and even revival. What if all the bad news in this world is actually good news for the church?

Discover why there's reason to be wildly hopeful and how to prepare yourself and your church to be a part of renewal now and in the future.

©2019 Mark Sayers (P)2019 eChristian

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Insightful analysis of contemporary culture

Sayers combines a thorough analysis of history and the characteristics of past awakenings with a piercing analysis of the dominant cultures in the West. Well worth it for anyone committed to seeing the church reappear as a meaningful force in our society.

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  • 28-10-19

Interesting premise, boring book :-(

I was excited to read this book as it seemed to be along the lines of what I’ve been thinking about Church and what’s happening within it. Unfortunately, the content is so dry and ‘intellectual’ that you need to already know what he’s talking about to follow it... no context to hang the detail on or to help understanding and we just ended up giving up and returning the book for a credit. Disappointing.