Darrin Yeager writes to today’s church about troubled times. Not just any time in history, but the church at work in today’s news. The format takes the book of First Corinthians, verse by verse, and fleshes it out for the reader using illustrations from current political events.
At times, the tone is from a mentor who seeks to guide the way. His message is palatable because he doesn’t come across as a “know it all” but one who knows the Savior. At other times, Mr. Yeager assumes a more authoritarian stance, calling other works “doctrine blowing in the wind.” He will offend some readers, yet enlighten others with his commentary on Paul’s letter to the believers in
Mr. Yeager’s real passion shows up in chapter 16 when he delves more deeply into the role of government and how we interact with it. Truly, that may be the shining glory of any Christian’s life, to refute the evils of society.
His encouragement to the church? “This is not the time to be afraid. Be prepared!”
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