The Church in Babylon: Heeding the Call to be a Light in the Darkness by Erwin W. Lutzer ~ Review

My Review:

In this book Erwin Lutzer compares post-modernity to Babylon, challenging Christians to be Daniels in a world that pushes them to compromise.

Mr. Lutzer challenges his readers to live set apart lives for God, unbending to the culture. He uses the Israelites living in Babylon as an example, how God called them to separate themselves from what the rest of the culture was doing, chasing after idols.

Mr. Lutzer explores how we got to this point in America, and how we can prepare for the future. He looks at our culture, the media, our phones and electronic devices, as well as the government and how we as Christians should respond to the political turmoil.

I really liked how he explained his position on how we as Christians should respond to controversial issues, and there was a lot of good food for thought. Mr. Lutzer has really thought through many things, and rallies Christians to respond to their calling to be lights in the darkness, set apart, and uncompromising on God's word.

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