One effect is the attitude and language of victimhood.
This book is not just a for pastors and clergy, its a laity book that takes the reader into areas of church life that will make or break Christianity.
I think this is one of the best books I've read of serious Christian thought in the last few years.
This was my first experience purchasing a book for my Kindle. This is an awesome read. I am recommending it to a lot of my
I was not familiar with David Wells until this year, but having read "No Place for Truth," I could not wait to read this one. Read morePublished 16 months ago by P. Sigmund
Writing nearly 20 years ago Wells made a stunning analysis of the cultural decline and prevailing assumptions that contributed. His conclusion? We must return to Biblical truth.Published 18 months ago by Soldier's Mom
This is an outstanding book about what is happening in today's churches. It explains why so many Christians are being born-again but so few disciples are being made. Read morePublished on February 15, 2010 by Caring for lost souls
In "God in the Wasteland..." David Wells continues the examination of the decline of evangelicalism he began in "No Place for Truth" taking it to such a depth of content and... Read morePublished on April 25, 2008 by M. J. Keel