We are living in a culture very similar to Daniel's where are faith is being challenged and Christians are treated with hostility. Many Christians are shrinking away from living an open faith because of how they are treated by unbelievers.
Culture demands that we keep our beliefs and faith to ourselves while compromising our morals and values. But what did Daniel do?
Daniel didn't sit back and allow Babylon to influence him. He took a stand. He continued to pray, openly and in public. He continued to live his life under the will of God no matter what happened to him. If Daniel could do it, so can we.
Erwin W. Lutzer, pastor emeritus of The Moody Church in Chicago, answers the pressing questions of our day in his new book, "The Church in Babylon". He teaches us how to serve with Christ's heart and mind in today's Babylon. He also discusses the five false gospels in our churches and staying true to our Christian witness.
Lutzer walks us through the best ways to respond to transgenderism, immigration and other issues Christians are asked to respond to. We can prevail and be a light in the darkness. "The Church in Babylon" helps us walk in the darkness with love and faithfulness.
"The Church in Babylon" is an excellent resource for small group discussion.
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