Here is the promised book review from my last post:
The Church in Exile, Living in Hope After Christendom
By Lee Beach, published by IVP Academic 2015, 238 pages.
I read this book in 2 days and found it a page turner. When I finished it, I felt as though I wanted to go to page 1 and start reading it again. As the title suggests, times have changed and the church is in exile. The author is Canadian yet he relates it to the United States and the general Western Church. In the past 50 or so years, we have observed the church or Christianity slowly move from having a central place in our culture to a position on the periphery of culture. While the church used to be welcomed or invited to the table, we are now increasingly shut out. Beach expounds on this, and offers analysis…
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