Horton and the fifteen other authors look at ways the church has been allowing cultural norms to misshape our Christianity. Each section concludes that pragmatism drives m any of the activities in the church. Ideology (commitment to a cause or philosophy) tends to replace theology (commitment to the way God sees an issue). The solution is a return to basic doctrines of the faith.
Book Review: Power Religion edited by Michael Horton
Author: William P. Smith Date: January 01, 1993
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- Make “Good news for the Sick” Good News for You
- “Good News for the Sick”
- Adaption Through Audience Analysis
- Critiquing Modern Integrationists
- Helping Anorexics
- Homework and Biblical Counseling, Part 2
- Do You See?
- Book Review: Three Compulsions that Defeat Most Men by Vincent Gallagher
- Book Review: Power Religion edited by Michael Horton