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{EBOOK} Resilient Faith: How the Early Christian 'Third Way' Changed the World PDF eBook

{EBOOK} Resilient

Faith: How the Early

Christian 'Third Way'

Changed the World

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Recovering the Genius of Early Christian Discipleship'As we witness a decline in church

attendance and in church membership, and as allegiance to any religious group is on the wane,

Sittser issues a persuasive call in Resilient Faith for a return to the systematic approach to

discipleship developed by the early church to counter this downward trajectory. No need to search

for novel methods to halt the deterioration of the church's influence in the world; applying the heart

of the gospel message will lead to flourishing again!'--Kay Warren, bestselling author and

cofounder of Saddleback Church'Today's Christians must learn the way forward by looking back at

the riches of the early church's way of life. Sittser provides us an accessible history that not only

teaches us about the resilience of the early church but provides a vision for how we might be more

faithful in our current moment through the recovery of its doctrines and mode of cultural

engagement. This is not a dry history of dates, names, and abstract ideas but a call to a rich

project of retrieval--a chance to sit at the feet of our oldest brothers and sisters and learn from

them how we might live more fully in the way of Jesus.'--Tish Harrison Warren, Anglican priest,

writer-in-residence at Church of the Ascension (Pittsburgh), and author of Liturgy of the

Ordinary'So if believers today live in a post-Christian era similar to the early churches' pagan era,

what can these early believers teach us? Apparently a lot. So argues Sittser, tantalizing us with

ancient ideas and practices that can invigorate Christian witness today.'--Mark Galli

, editor in chief, Christianity Today'If you're interested in a knowledgeable, insightful, and thorough

introduction to the life and thought of the ancient church--and the ancient church leaders known as

the church fathers (and church mothers)--this is just the book for you.'--Chris Hall, president of

Renovaré'An exciting, beautifully written, and much-needed book. In a time in which our social

fabric seems to be tearing, Sittser draws on the early centuries of the church to offer a powerful

vision of Christian witness. Sittser's 'Third Way' offers significant promise for a robust renewal of

Christian life and thought.'--L. Gregory Jones, Duke Divinity School Read more Gerald L.

Sittser (PhD, University of Chicago) is the bestselling author of Water from a Deep Well, A Grace

Disguised, and The Will of God as a Way of Life. He is professor of theology at Whitworth

University in Spokane, Washington, where he also serves as senior fellow and researcher in the

Office of Church Engagement. He specializes in the history of Christianity, Christian spirituality,

and religion in American public life. Sittser has written for numerous publications, including

Christianity Today, and has spoken at numerous churches, conferences, retreats, and colleges.

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