ebook A Place to Stand: A Critique of the Emergent Church of Postevangelists

By Grant Richison

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Two centuries before Christ, the Greek mathematician and inventor Archimedes experimented with the lever. He declared that he could "move the earth" if he had a place to stand somewhere in the cosmos. People need a certain place to stand, a point of reference beyond the self. In this bold critique of the emergent church of postevangelicals, Dr. Grant Richison, well-known Bible expositor (versebyversecommentary.com), draws a line in the sand to prevent further erosion of the certainty that we can stand on the absolute truth of the Bible. In his rejection of relativism, he lights the way for those who would present the gospel with certainty and clarity.