Culture by A.W. Tozer // Review

My Review:

In this book of collected works, Tozer tackles the topic of culture and worldliness in relation to our heavenly citizenship.

Made up of 24 chapters, some longer and some quite concise, but no less hard-hitting. Tozer's words are so timely in the present day, even though they were written over 50 years ago. I love how he speaks with conviction, not mincing words in fear of offending. 

This book is focused around our battle with worldliness, and how we are called to live in anticipation of the eternal reality rather than the temporal one that seems all too pressing at times. I liked that some of the chapters were shorter, and made the book easier to put down, tough that didn't make them any less hard-hitting. 

Overall, whether the reader is a seasoned Tozer fan or new to his writings, I think that this compilation could be a wonderful addition to your collection or a great starting point. Thoroughly enjoyed!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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