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The Pursuit of God
What Is Truth?
The Osteenification of American Christianity (2-CD Audiobook)
In the early 1800s, John Nelson Darby contended that God had two distinct people with two distinct plans and two distinct destinies. Only one of those peoples – Jews – would suffer tribulation. The other – the church – would be removed from the world prior to the second coming of Christ.
Fuse of Armageddon tells the fast-paced story of hostage negotiator Mulvaney Quinn as he races to discover a plot to bring about Armageddon, hatched by a set of unlikely allies. You’ll come face-to-face with the logical consequences of today’s militant eschatology. Through the power of story, you’ll experience the nightmarish future that is the only possibility if Darby’s subjective spin on Scripture is correct.
“This, then, is the climax of divine revelation: God with us. The Infinite has progressively revealed Himself in accordance with our finitude. Thus, prior to Immanuel, general and special revelation revealed His glory. But in the Incarnation, ‘We have seen his glory.’”
These words are just a brief excerpt from Hank’s book, Incarnation: The Ultimate Self-Revelation of God.
You see, God’s incarnation in human flesh is the apex of revelation: His “last word.” In taking on human flesh, God gives us more than the clearest image of who He is. He gives us Himself.
Truth is under siege by an alluring postmodern phantom. This enemy of truth abandons the former battle tactics of modernism by seducing the soul with the sweet poison of relativism, luring people into thinking everyone’s story about ultimate reality is true, and vilifying anyone who dares to challenge the notion by declaring truth and error, right and wrong, light and darkness. Hank Hanegraaff has compiled this exclusive CRI resource to equip you to deliver a decisive blow against this foe that seks to destroy truth— and the people of the God of Truth.
Politics is concerned with citizenship and the administration of justice—how communities are formed and governed. The role of Christians in the political process is hotly contested, but as citizens, Francis Beckwith argues, Christians have a rich heritage of sophisticated thought, as well as a genuine responsibility, to contribute to the shaping of public policy. In particular, Beckwith addresses the contention that Christians, or indeed religious citizens of any faith, should set aside their beliefs before they enter the public square.
What role should religious citizens take in a liberal democracy?What is the proper separation of church and state?What place should be made for natural rights and the moral law within a secular state?This cogent introduction to political thought surveys political science, politics and government while making the case for how statecraft may genuinely contribute to soulcraft. Politics for Christians is part of The Christian Worldview Integration Series.
“For A. W. Tozer, salvation was more than a profession of faith that ensures us of a relationship with God in the afterlife. It is the good news that the living Christ can be known and experienced in the present. As such, it is not only the imputation of the life of Christ; it is the impartation of His life. In the words of Tozer, ‘Sound Bible exposition is an imperative must in the Church of the Living God. Without it no church can be a New Testament church in any strict meaning of that term. But exposition may be carried on in such a way as to leave the hearer devoid of any true spiritual nourishment whatever. For it is not mere words that nourish the soul, but God Himself, and unless and until the hearers find God in personal experience they are not the better for having heard the truth.’ As Tozer goes on to say, ‘The Bible is not and end in itself, but a means to bring men to an intimate and satisfying knowledge of God, that they may enter into Him, that they may delight in His presence, may taste and know the inner sweetness of the very God Himself in the core and center of their lives.’” — Hank Hanegraaff, from the Foreword
A. W. Tozer (1897–1963) began his lifelong pursuit of God at the age of seventeen after hearing a street preacher in Akron, Ohio. A self-taught theologian, Tozer was a pastor, writer, and editor whose powerful use of words continues to grip the intellect and stir the soul of today’s reader.
Osteenification is nothing short of the wholesale transformation of American Christianity. This is the fresh new face of “baptized” humanistic psychology; a new Babel reaching to the heavens, all the while promising “your best life now.” In short, Joel Osteen is the de facto high priest of a new brand of Christianity perfectly suited for a feel-good generation.
From Genesis to Revelation, Osteen simply uses Scripture to communicate whatever he wants. And that is what the Osteenification of Christianity is-it is conforming Scripture to cultural norms as opposed to allowing the plain reading of the biblical text to transform. The glory of the cross exchanged for the paltry glory of consumerism.