The first generation of Christians turned the world upside down. But the church today is being turned upside down by the world. Why? And why aren't we--with all our social medias and high-tech gadgets--more effectively producing Christ-centered, Gospel-liberated, biblically-instructed, world-tilting believers?
In The World-Tilting Gospel, popular blogger Dan Phillips lays out four reasons why the first believers had more impact on their culture than today's church has on contemporary society. Using a whole-Bible approach to the Gospel, Phillips shows who we really are, what kind of world we are really living in, who God really is, and what difference the Gospel really makes in our everyday lives. Drawing from decades of studying the Bible's Hebrew and Greek texts, Dan Phillips offers a conversational and engaging challenge to embrace a biblical worldview--and hang on tight.
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"Pick this book up, flip to any page, and start reading. You won't want to put it down."
--Robert L. Plummer, author of 40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible
"This book is a great tonic for the postmodern tendencies that poison so many young minds today."
--Phil Johnson, Executive Director of Grace to You Ministries and co-founder of the Pyromaniacs blog
"Pithy, pointed, perceptively biblical. Dan Phillips unpacks the Gospel's practical im plications in this wonderfully readable and supremely helpful handbook.”
--John MacArthur, Best-selling author and Bible teacher for Grace to You Ministries
Dan Phillips is an international conference speaker and pastor of Copperfield Bible Church in Houston, TX. Phillips earned his MDiv from Talbot Theological Seminary and has taught seminary and college level courses in New Testament studies, Hebrew, and Old Testament studies. He is the author of The World-Tilting Gospel and regularly contributes to the Pyromaniacs blog.