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Heaven Misplaced: Christ's Kingdom on Earth Paperback – December 1, 2018
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About the Author
Douglas Wilson is the pastor of Christ Church, Moscow, Idaho, and editor of Credenda/Agenda magazine. He is the author of many books, including Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning, Reforming Marriage, and A Primer on Worship and Reformation. He is also co-author with Christopher Hitchens of Is Christianity Good for the World? He and his wife Nancy have three children and fifteen grandchildren.
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Over all this was an excellent read that will hopefully realign the church at large with the intended mission from scripture and reform our current ideas of individual "renewal" every church gathering. We are to be salt and light. We are the agents to trample the darkness our culture brings about. We have a mission, and the church today has largely lost this understanding.
I approached this book with very little study of eschatology and no strong opinion either way. But as I read through his book I found myself saying, "yes of course...this is exactly what the text means" or "this is precisely the attitude and sense of mission that Christ meant to leave us with."
This is profound because it will ask you to re-consider if you are living as if Christ has already been victorious or if you are living as if one who is waiting for something else to happen first.