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Who Is My Enemy?: Welcoming People the Church Rejects by Rich Nathan.
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Who Is My Enemy?: Welcoming People the Church Rejects
Yet Jesus did not come to condemn the world, but to save it. It is time we took on his attitude of servanthood--time to share not canned presentations, but our hearts and lives.
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Today's evangelical masses consistently repel the people God loves, and churches shun those they don't understand out of fear and ignorance. Nathan, senior pastor of Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Columbus, Ohio, presents a soulful entreaty that resonates with the teachings of the late Francis Schaeffer. Nathan writes that followers of God must seek out the hurting and discover areas of agreement in order to effectively communicate the gospel of Christ.
His text delves into five major classes of people who make Christians most uneasy: postmodernists, feminists, homosexuals, New Agers and liberals.
He cites how indifferent and even hostile many churches are toward those men and women who come calling with a different worldview.