Keswick lecture: How the west was won (and might be again) a talk by Revd Richard Tiplady DVD

Keswick Convention - 2011

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Keswick lecture: How the west was won (and might be again) a talk by Revd Richard Tiplady

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Keswick lecture: How the west was won (and might be again) is a Revd Richard Tiplady talk recorded at Keswick Convention - 2011 on Practical Christian Life available as DVD format. How the West was won (and might be again)
Richard Tiplady Christianity has been associated with Europe since its very foundation. Yet today we hear stories of declining churches and we feel the loss of Christian influence in society. Can anything be done about this? Do we simply 'rage against the dying of the light'? Do we fight to keep hold of Christian privilege and influence against the assaults of the 'new atheism' and other perceived opponents? Or do we now face a new day, with new opportunities and possibilities for the gospel? This lecture will outline both the challenges and opportunities being faced by churches as we seek to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to 21st century Britain.

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Page last updated 2nd December 2016
Author / ArtistRevd Richard Tiplady
FormatDVD
PublisherEssential Christian (August 2011)
ISBNKESW09711A
Product Code4395455
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