Unconditional Surrender: God's Program for Victory
American Vision 2010
Everyone knows Christianity is a religion; but what difference does it make in a society? Is Christianity just a religion for private time, or is it a way of life that shapes one’s understanding of the world—even able to transform a nation?
Does the Bible teach anything specific about how to raise a family, run a country, or manage an economy? Moreover, if the Bible does have something to say, do we have to observe those commands, or are they mere suggestions or general principles?
Despite widespread ignorance of the Bible’s teachings—both inside and outside of the church—the Bible has plenty to say about social, civil, and political affairs. And when men and women apply these teachings to their lives and the world around them, the world will change for the better.
A primer in the Christian faith, Unconditional Surrender provides readers curious about the Bible with the blueprint of a biblical worldview. Using the Bible’s basic teachings about God, man, law, judgment, and time—and illustrating how these beliefs affect society at large—Gary North wades in at the heart of the battle in today’s culture war, and shows that the Bible has the answers modern science and socialism lack.
Since Unconditional Surrender is fully integrated with Logos, Scripture passages are linked to your favorite translation for quick reference and to your Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts for original-language study! You can also read this volume along with your Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of other Bible study tools in your digital library.
- Introduction to the basics of Christianity
- Examination of the fundamentals of orthodox Christianity
- Analyzes the implications of Christianity for the three covenantal institutions of human life
- Title: Unconditional Surrender: God’s Program for Victory
- Author: Gary North
- Publisher: American Vision
- Publication Date: 2010
- Pages: 372
About Gary North
Gary North (PhD, University of California, Riverside) is the author of over 40 books on economics, theology, history, and education. His articles have appeared in National Review, American Spectator, The Wall Street Journal, and The Westminster Theological Journal. Gary continues to speak and write prolifically.