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3 edition of Has Christianity Failed? found in the catalog.

Has Christianity Failed?

by Theosophical Publishing

  • 168 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Theosophy,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit-Spirituality - General,
  • Religion / Theosophy,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Novelty

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8506199M
    ISBN 10142545898X
    ISBN 109781425458980

    This counterfeit form of Christianity is not the religion that Jesus established. Rather, it is a man-made version and is practiced by most professed Christians today. This version of Christianity has indeed failed, as evidenced by the widespread disregard for Bible principles in all of Christendom today. - Buy Has Christianity Failed You? book online at best prices in India on Read Has Christianity Failed You? book reviews & author details and /5().

    In response to an American Christian culture in need of the Gospel, Concordia Publishing House announces the release of Has American Christianity Failed?, a new book from Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller. The individual reigns supreme in American culture, and American Christianity is no different. Has Christianity Failed You? by Ravi Zacharias. Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias answers the call to those Christians who believe that Christianity has failed them with his characteristic spirit of humble grace. Christ followers, as well as those who are seeking to better understand the Christian faith and how it "works itself out" in our.

    This has failed miserably because most of them haven’t embraced Christianity and most of the ones who did so only became Christian in the hopes of receiving more help from churches and Author: Julian Fernandes.   The evening that inspired Ravi Zacharias's latest book: "Has Christianity Failed You?" On , Ravi Zacharias, and Michael Ramsden confronted the .


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Has Christianity Failed? by Theosophical Publishing Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book points out that God (Christ and Christianity) has not failed us; we have confused imperfect Christians in the church with God, and it is they who have failed us.

We are no longer children, it is time to take responsibility for our own lack of faith and failure to diligently seek God, and repent/5(). However, the question: "Has American Christianity Failed?" is a question that needs to be asked, Has Christianity Failed? book Wolfmueller provides a wonderful treatment of the various facets of American Evangelicalism.

So, if the title makes you uncomfortable, l would encourage you to get this book and see if you can't refute these arguments yourself. Here are SOME of my notes from this awesome book that can help those who say Christianity has failed them in some way, shape or form: Introduction Going against my inner calling was difficult, and in the end I realized that when one is outside the will of God, one's other commitments can also be put at risk and one's most important /5.

In the book “Has American Christianity Failed?” pastor Bryan Wolfmueller reflects on some of the common teachings of American Christianity, and gives counsel and comfort from the Bible, which never changes with the ups and downs that we might feel and experience.

Subjects like repentance, the freedom of the will, the clarity, sufficiency /5(97). A discussion of the major precepts of Christianity and how they have fared since the time of Christ. With specific emphasis of how modern Christianity has succeeded or failed in maintaining Christianity the way it was liad down by Christ and the apostles.

I really enjoyed this book, I really appreciate the spirit in which the book was written, Pastor Wolfmueller spent some time as part of the evangelical church before becoming a Lutheran pastor, so his insights are reinforced by a genuine understanding of many of the positions that are widespread in "American Christianity" and he makes his case with humility and sincerity/5.

DD: Have you ever felt that Has Christianity Failed? book has failed you, and have you struggled with some of the points of tension you address in your book. RZ: The answer to the sharp edge of the question is No. I don’t feel that for a moment, and I do not mean to sound very spiritual—I recognize my own failings and shortcomings before the Lord.

The author has, in his usual intelligent response to our pitiful excuses for how Christianity has failed or is not worth following, quieted our challenges with the intelligence of the truth. A must read for leaders and laypersons alike.

Loved it. 2 people found this helpful. Apologist Zacharias always asks hard questions about what it means to be a follower of Jesus. Here he explains why so many people have given up on faith and examines whether it's the fault of the church, the message, the communicator, the heareror all of the above.

Hope for skeptics and disappointed believers alike. Has Christianity Failed You. - eBook () by Ravi Zacharias/5(18). Has Christianity Failed. Discussion Questions Chapter One – Examining the Characteristics of American Christianity 1.

Revivalism teaches that the Christian life begins with a personal decision to accept Christ (p). Why is this appealing. What is the danger.

Pietism teaches that the Christian life is chiefly marked by growth inFile Size: KB. " The goal of the book was to address many different ways that skeptics believe that Christianity has failed. He addresses each claim and turns the challenge on its head to demonstrate that in every case, it is merely a characterization of Christianity that has failed, not Christianity.

Many thanks to Pr Mark Moreno for putting together this study guide of “Has American Christianity Failed?” Has Christianity Failed_ Study Questions Study Guide: Has Christianity Failed.

Discussion Questions Chapter One – Examining the Characteristics of American Christianity Revivalism teaches that the Christian life begins with a personal decision to accept Christ (p).

A friend of mine, who is a retired ELCA pastor, laughed when I showed him the book. He said, “Of course American Christianity has failed, it is filled with sinners.” He is right, naturally. However the book is really more about how Wolfmueller feels “American Christianity” has failed.

“Ravi Zacharias applies his unique gifts to address whether Christianity has failed us or we have failed its Authorthe Author of lifeand ourselves.

With fearless intellectual honesty he acknowledges shortcomings of the church, but rejects, as unbiblical, the option of ‘jettison[ing] the institution that Jesus established for the /5(14).

"Has Christianity Failed You" has been a great book. Obviously I recommend it for those who feel that Christianity has failed, but I also recommend it for every Christian out there- especially those in a position of leadership (be it in your family, your church, or among your friends).

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Has Christianity Failed You PB by Zacharias Ravi Paperback Book The Fast at the best online prices at. Apologist Zacharias always asks hard questions about what it means to be a follower of Jesus.

Here he explains why so many people have given up on faith and examines whether it's the fault of the church, the message, the communicator, the heareror all of the above. Hope for skeptics and disappointed believers alike!Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 8 hours 11 minutes; 1 MP3-CD; performed by Brand: Zondervan on Brilliance Audio.

Has Christianity Failed You. was written for those who have struggled to understand their belief, and faith in Jesus Christ. Ravi explores the difficult questions about what it means to be a. Ravi has the ability to cut straight through all of the emotion and vitriol and get straight to the point.

This is truly the question. To paraphrase Larry King, "the answer to this question defines reality." If Jesus is mythological or a mere man, the question "Has Christianity Failed You?" has no meaning. ‎InRavi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) held an open forum at the Fox Theater in Atlanta to address the subject: “Has Christianity Failed You?” Tickets were sold for the event and—to the complete surprise of everyone—the event was sold out with a 5/5(3).

In the end, is it Christianity that has failed, or is it the Church—as God’s representative—that has failed?

Regular Price: $ Member Price: $ (or 4 credits) Buy Now FREE with day Trial Membership5/5(1).Praise for Has American Christianity Failed? “In this sparkling handbook of Lutheran theology, the author draws on his own experience of popular American Christianity. Yet his focus is not on his own story but on the common impact of God’s Word as law and gospel on its hearers.As a whole, modern "Christianity" has failed to meet the spiritual needs of its members.

Rather than being a sanctuary for the spiritual growth and development of its followers, "Churchanity" seems narrowly fixated on image, public relations and membership drives.