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U.S. Lifestyles and Mainline Churches: A Key to Reaching People in the 90's Paperback – May 1, 1990
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From Library Journal
This is an excellent, comprehensive study of change and diversity in American lifestyles, their major groupings (left, right, middle), how the mainline churches can minister to each group, and the predominant theological style appealing to each. Sample maintains the firm conviction that Christ is already in all these cultures, transforming them, yet he also delineates practical strategies for churches and their ministers. Much of this book could be of use to Roman Catholics as well.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Back Cover
'U.S. Lifestyles and Mainline Churches offers analysis of sociological data and creative ideas for learning from it. The issues that Sample addresses are extremely important, especially whether mainstream denominations will influence American culture in the future.'--Louis B. Weeks, Dean and Paul Tudor Jones Professor of Church History, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
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