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This Little Church Went to Market: The Church in the Age of Entertainment Paperback – July 1, 2005
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About the Author
Dr Gary E. Gilley has pastored at Southern View Chapel since 1975. Along with his preaching and teaching ministry, he is also the author and editor of the monthly contemporary theological issues publication Think on These Things. In addition to speaking at various conferences throughout the country and overseas, Dr Gilley serves on the respective advisory boards of the Illinois Bible Church Mission and the Brazil Gospel Fellowship Mission. He is a graduate of The Moody Bible Institute and Cambridge Graduate School, both in the U.S.
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Jesus did not do market surveys, He did not measure success by size. In fact, we read in the Gospel of John that many people left Him because His teachings were too hard.
We all need to examine our specific church to determine if parts of Scripture are being glossed over or diluted. Our loyalty should not be to a specific church or pastor, but to Jesus Christ.
As you read this book, you'll discover the methods that churches are using to attract the unbeliever. These seeker-driven churches want to cater to the unchurched Harry and Mary, while abandoning the Cross and watering down the gospel to meet there felt needs. Gilley also quotes theologians like MacArthur, as well as use scripture to refute these secular methods that have weakened the church to a critical state. This book may make you angry, uncomfortable or break your heart for those who are lost and deceived.
I highly recommend This Little Church Went to Market to anyone who attend or serve and lead in a seeker-driven church. The $5.99 you spend on Kindle or the $8.99 you spend for the paperback edition is worth every penny. This is especially when many professing Christians are being entertained by the music, inspired by the pragmatic teaching and sadly led to an eternity in Hell.