Sure-footedly leads us through poignant, contemporary issues that inform where the Church presently stands, how it comes to its present position, and what needs to be recovered as the content of the biblical evangel. Packed with doctrinal insights and practical applications.
Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
... Christian's will regain their confidence and the church her poise when biblical doctrine regains its rightful place among the people of God. The reading of this book will play a valuable part in that process.
"thoroughly exposes the great malaise that has come upon much of the evangelical church, and brings us to the full scriptural remedy. It is well worth careful reading."
David Green, Chairman, New England Reformed Fellowship
"delivers a clearly articulated statement of the faith "once delivered to the saints". This call to reformation should be required reading for all believers, especially those in church leadership."
Robert E. Davis, Senior Pastor, Draper's Valley Presbyterian Church, Draper, Virginia
Keenly perceptive of contemporary cultural trends, Douglas Vickers shows that he writes in the line of the men of Issachar, "who knew Torah and the times", to prompt the church to become authentically 'relevant'" by recovering, professing, and living the biblical gospel in our society.
T. Grady Spires, Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, Gordon College
"We need vital religion, but one of the ways in which vitality must be measured is by the rule of the truth. Douglas Vickers has provided the church with a book that will help significantly in that enterprise."