This is the sequel to Gary Gilley’s first book, This Little Church Went To Market. I’ve met Gary and have observed that his heart and life are consistent with the words of these books. This second book does three things: It reviews postmodernism and shows its continuing influence on our lives; it presents a scriptural view of what the church needs to be in our age; and it applies these things to a growing Mysticism and an Emergent church movement. The two chapters on “The Challenge of Mysticism” are worth the price of the book. These were informative and almost startling when applied to the contemporary church and those who are having an enormous effect on it. I appreciated the footnoting and documentation.
This Little Church Stayed Home
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