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History Through the Eyes of Faith: Christian College Coalition Series 1st Edition
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This is a "no frills" work that brings us to the present historical situation or crisis (the term "crisis" is important to Prof. Wells, and I concur). He shows us that the secular-scientific-humanist world view that is dominant today is, indeed, a new religion that is in opposition to Christianity. The Christian person and the Christian worldview is at a disadvantage in this present historical crisis, but there is hope. Devotion to one's Christian faith can still produce wonderful accomplishments in one's personal activities as well as in the social and political realm. (He gives examples of five great people who have gone forth in the name of Jesus Christ to help a fallen world.) Still, our greatest hope for Prof. Wells is that the "City of Man" was, is, and always will be passing away as the tropism, so to speak, of Western Civilization is always towards "the City of God."
The book is overwhelmingly satisfying, but I have given it four stars instead of five because, insofar as it is aimed to Christian readers as the author states, it could only have been strengthened by quotations from Scripture. Also, the writing might have been more carefully edited in sections. Nonetheless, again, I say to all educated Christians and especially to Christian history teachers: Read this book.
It may not be a must read for a layman, but it is full of food for thought for the serious thinker.
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“This is a Christian history book…a Christian wrote it for Christians,” (p.1) says Ronald A. Wells. But in this ‘Christian history book’—in History through the Eyes of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gaboora
This is a good read for those who wish to have a deeper understanding of the Role of God in history. I recommend it as it is not only a good value, but it will get you thinking.Published on February 12, 2014 by kfrazier