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Death of the Church

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This is a research-based analysis of forces that are changing culture and how the church must change as well to fulfill its mission.

"Death of the Church is intended to provoke, although we have been careful to be accurate and responsible in our statement of the issues. We will have failed if you only yawn. You may not like what we say, but you must at least acknowledge the issues, for they are very real. The institutional church in America will look very different twenty-five years from now. Indeed, several denominations may no longer exist. We are sure that there will be hundreds of local congregations that won't. The forces reshaping our culture are too many and too strong. We see signs of social fragmentation and collapse everywhere. But we also believe deeply in the hope of the Gospel and the security of the church. Both will survive. But how the church universal is expressed in and through the churches in America will look very different. This is the issue we write about." -- From the Introduction

Contributor(s) Mike Regele , Mark Schulz
About the Contributor(s) Mike Regele
Mike Regele (M. Div.) studied at Seattle Pacific University and Fuller Theological Seminary. He is co-founder and president of Percept Group, Inc., and an author and co-author whose works include Exploring Your Ministry Area, Your Church and Its Mission, Understanding Your Congregation, and ReVision.

Mark Schulz
Mark Schulz is co-founder and executive vice-president of Percept. He is co-author of several works with Mike Regele.
UPC 025986200060
ISBN-10 0310200067
ISBN-13 9780310200062
Publish Date Jan 25, 1996
Weight (lbs) 0.7850
Height 9
Width 6.06
Length 292
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $25.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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