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Living for God in Changing Times [Kindle Edition]

Rex M Rogers
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This eBook suggests Christian liberty is the least understood and least practiced doctrine in the Bible. So the book explains how to enjoy living with the "In the World/Not of the World" Tension. It also examines both micro and macro issues relating to the so-called "Culture Wars" and offers Christian perspectives on postmodern culture. It was originally published as "Christian Liberty: Living for God in a Changing Culture" (Baker, 2003).

Social change is happening at a faster and faster pace. It's both exciting and unsettling. Some change is "good" and some not, but how do you tell the difference? Jesus said, live "In the World" but "Not of the World." But believers have often responded to this command by developing a list of "Dos" and "Don'ts," resulting in legalism, "Holier than thou" attitudes, and withdrawal from cultural influence. This book demonstrates that the Christian life is not about "Holy Lists" of "Dos and Don'ts" but about developing a biblical worldview and applying your faith to an understanding of the times and the world in which we live. This book teaches you how to live proactively and productively in a rapidly changing postmodern culture—how to enjoy living for God in changing times.


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  • File Size: 493 KB
  • Print Length: 185 pages
  • Publisher: Unlikely Leaders, LLC (October 6, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005U31Y7U
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5.0 out of 5 stars Living for God in Changing Times January 2, 2012
By FVV
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As Dr. Rogers points out in this book, dealing with social change has never been a Christian strong suit. Change tends to challenge old values and traditions, and that is often difficult for Christians. We like to hang on to our tradition, but in this book we are challenged to examine our traditions in the light of the Scriptures. This book shows that it is not enough just to know the Bible, but we have to be able to relate it to our culture. Culture cannot be judged by our traditions, but only by the Bible.

Dr. Rogers stresses the importance of every Christian developing a Christian worldview, which he defines as "an understanding, based on biblical principles, of all of the world and life". Everyone has a worldview, but this book helps a Christian to develop a Christian worldview. As Dr. Rogers states in the book, "Without a developed Christian worldview, Christians are left without answers and without defenses".

1 Chronicles 12:32 says, "The men from Issachar understood what was going on at that time. They knew what Israel should do."(NIRV) Throughout the book, Rogers encourages believers to become "men and women of Issachar", and he shows us how we can accomplish this, not by living a life of "dos and don'ts", but by living out the Christian liberty that God has given us according to the Scriptures.

I would encourage all believers who want to be "men and women of Issachar" to read this book, so we cannot only understand the culture, but change it for the Lord, Jesus Christ.
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Dr. Rex M. Rogers is President, SAT-7 USA, the American advancement arm of SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry based in Cyprus and reaching 22 countries across 7 time zones in 3 languages: Arabic, Farsi, and Turkish. Former long-time president, Cornerstone University, and for sixteen years wrote/recorded a radio program and newspaper column called "Making a Difference." December 2011, launched new video column: "Making a Difference with Rex Rogers," posted weekly by MissionsInMedia.com at Christianenews YouTube channel and westmichiganchristian.com. Travels extensively in the U.S. and Middle East. Blogs daily on current events and issues at rexmrogers.com.

Author of "Gambling: Don't Bet On It" and "Christian Liberty: Living for God in a Changing Culture" and eBook "Living For God In Changing Times." And co-author of eBook "Today You Do Greatness: A Parable On Success And Significance."

Reads Westerns, political tomes, biographies (about people who matter, not celebrities), history, about anything really including whatever magazines are available, especially if forced to wait in doctors' offices.

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