The Shaping of the Next Reformation

Speaker(s): James Houston
Date: 1994
Length: 39min
Product ID: RGDL2452G

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Believing that the church in different parts of the world is in trouble and that the modern mindset often dismisses the relevance of history, James Houston speaks on: (1) different historical ideas that have been meant by 'reform', (2) the 16th century Reformation and whether it needs reform, and (3) defects of contemporary reform proposals. While arguing that a Christian's conversion is from being a secular individual to becoming a whole person, Houston invites listeners to reach their own conclusions of his analysis.

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James M. Houston is Board of Governors' Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. Previously, he was University Lecturer at Oxford University. He is author of I Believe in the Creator, In Search of Happiness, The Heart's Desire: A Guide to Personal Fulfillment, The Transforming Power of Prayer: Deepening Your Friendship with God., Joyful Exiles, and Letters of Faith Through the Seasons.

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