Books 2

Just a few books I’ve read in order to discern, and consider each one worthy so as to understand postmodern emergent darkness.

Bible study as a Berean Acts 17:11 shines a light on all error.

Ashamed of the Gospel by John MacArthur

John MacArthur challenges the seeker-sensitive, user-friendly, entertainment-oriented pragmatism that permeates the church today.

In the late 1800s, Charles Spurgeon warned that the church was drifting away from the purity of the gospel, candy-coating God’s Word rather than boldly proclaiming the truths of Scripture. As a result, Christianity’s influence in nineteenth-century England was severely weakened. One hundred years later, John MacArthur, troubled by the seeker-sensitive movement and an emphasis on pragmatism within the church, sounded the same alarm with the first edition of Ashamed of the Gospel.

In this newly revised and expanded edition, MacArthur gives an overview of developments in the seeker-sensitive movement since his book was first published in 1993. New material traces the line of pragmatic philosophy from the seeker-sensitive movement through the Emergent phenomenon, explaining why the latter is a philosophical heir of the former—and an even greater danger; chronicles the failure of pragmatic approaches to church growth; and emphasizes the importance of evangelicals solidly committed to biblical doctrine rising to positions of leadership.

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First Edition © 1993

2 thoughts on “Books

  1. Reply Linda Sharp Apr 28, 2012 12:15 pm

    I am looking for John MacArthur’s book on prayer – how to pray effectively, or something like that. Would you have a title in his collection that he mentioned on the Grace to You broadcase a couple of weeks ago? Please reply.

  2. Reply Karen Apr 28, 2012 4:40 pm

    Hello Linda,

    The book by John MacArthur is entitled “Lord, Teach Me to Pray”

    Here is the link: Lord, Teach Me to Pray

    Thank you so much for writing, such a blessing.

    Every blessing to you in the Lord Jesus Christ,


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