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The Religion of the Day

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The Religion of the Day Sequel to From Christendom to Apostolic Mission

We are living in a highly religious age. Secular gospels and dogmatic faiths promising salvation are all around us. So what is the belief system, the religious vision, that is displacing Christianity as the assumed narrative by which our post-Christian, modern societies live? And what is the religion that we ourselves need to be converted out of, if we are to be fully converted to the Christian faith?

The prequel to this book is available here.

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Price: $14.95

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Tuesday, November 28, 2023

"Super helpful and short read for understanding what is going on in the culture, the Church, and in our own lives as believers. It tackles the subtle ways the false gospels of today take away from the joy and hope we are meant to have in our lives of faith. Essential for anyone wanting to be restored and reinvigorated in their experience and understanding of the Christian life. "

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A foundation for renewal in parishes, families, and Christian ministries Monday, February 26, 2024

"Religion of the Day exposes the subtle principles and promises of the secular culture which make their way into our own minds without our recognizing it. It’s a book that touches the very heart of joyful repentance for Christians - and it’s a necessary and rewarding sequel to From Christendom to Apostolic Mission. Providing the big picture guiding principles which can form the foundation of renewal in parishes, ministries, education, and family life in a secular age, this work is a deeply Christian take on the need for conversion within our own lives and then, radiating outward, in our communities and the culture at large. Incredibly helpful, encouraging, and motivating!"

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