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Answers For a Confused Church

Contact: Shane Idleman, EL PASEO PUBLICATIONS, 661-713-2669, saidleman@gmail.com 

LANCASTER, Calif., Nov. 23, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- There is a dangerous trend in the evangelical church today. A futile attempt is being made to conform God's Word to social norms, rather than to conform social norms to His Word. As a result, truth is vague, doctrine is blurred, and the fundamentals of the Christian faith are often avoided. For this reason, this book outlines some key issues confronting the church today such as absolute truth, unity, judging, abortion, sexual sin, politics, compromise, revival, preaching, repentance, and so on.

ENDORSEMENTS
"Shane Idleman rings a clarion bell for the church today, calling it to its primary duty, to proclaim the truth in the power of the Holy Spirit. The church is not called to make the Gospel acceptable but to make it clear. That is preaching the truth. Shane gives a stark reminder to the Emergent Church Movement." -- Alex Montoya, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley, California, Senior pastor, The First Fundamental Bible Church, Ca.

"Every now and again, I find myself reminded of a few things. I'm reminded of how precious the truth is, how more and more people are straying from it, and how increasingly crucial it's becoming to contend for it... Shane's latest book has been one such reminder. In Answers For a Confused Church, a powerful passion for God's truth has been put onto print... a passion that will prepare its readers to stand up for what's right in a fallen world." -- Pastor Bob Coy, Senior Pastor; Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale

"In Answers for a Confused Church, Shane Idleman urges authentic Christians to stand firm against the politically correct tide sweeping our nation and to hold firm to the authority of God's Word. His challenge to speak the Truth, in love, to a culture that does not believe in absolute truth is refreshing. Shane is right: Times change, but Truth does not." -- Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council; Washington, D.C.