The Case Against Radical Christianity

Wednesday, 01 Oct 2014

The current issue of Christianity Today includes a review Michael Horton’s new book Ordinary.

ordThe Case Against Radical Christianity:  Michael Horton’s message to restless believers:  Stay put, and build the church.

by Philip Cary

“Sometimes you can tell quite a bit about a book from its cover. On the outside, Michael Horton’s Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Restless World (Zondervan) looks a lot like David Platt’s bestsellerRadical, and that’s no accident. Horton, editor of Modern Reformation magazine, a founding figure behind the White Horse Inn’s teaching ministry, and host of its radio show, aims to provide an alternative to trendy calls for radical living. He thinks such calls serve mainly to make ordinary Christians anxious about whether they’re really Christian enough, and pastors anxious about ensuring that their ministries are radically transformative.”  Full article at CT


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