Onward

by Russell Moore     |     Book Summary


Author: Russell Moore
Publisher: B&H Books
Date: 2015
Pages: 224

Book Summary of Onward by Russell Moore


How should a Christian act in the current culture? How should they interact with those who have opposing views? Should Christians be discouraged at the current climate of the church or the trajectory it is on?

Russell Moore attempts to answer these questions in his book Onward. He calls Christians to remember that Christianity is not “on the ropes” or “on its last leg.” The church may be losing influence in the nation but it is also more consistent than where it has been in times past.

Christianity has lost its moral majority status, but this is the perfect opportunity to reclaim its original status seen as freakish and counter-cultural. Now is not a time to build bunkers but a time to march…onward!





Onward

by Russell Moore

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Book Summary of Onward by Russell Moore

AuthorRussell Moore
PublisherB&H Books
Date2015
Pages224


Overview:

How should a Christian act in the current culture? How should they interact with those who have opposing views? Should Christians be discouraged at the current climate of the church or the trajectory it is on?

Russell Moore attempts to answer these questions in his book Onward. He calls Christians to remember that Christianity is not “on the ropes” or “on its last leg.” The church may be losing influence in the nation but it is also more consistent than where it has been in times past.

Christianity has lost its moral majority status, but this is the perfect opportunity to reclaim its original status seen as freakish and counter-cultural. Now is not a time to build bunkers but a time to march…onward!