Woodrow Kroll has been a frontline leader in the effort to restore the Bible as the foundation of our faith. In this book, he examines how America developed an apathetic – and sometimes hostile – attitude toward biblical principles.
But he doesn’t stop there. To counter this troubling attitude, the author offers practical suggestions to help Christians fuel their passion for and understanding of God’s Word. His hope is that this, in turn, will energize America’s Christians to impact their nation and the world for Christ.
He begins by explaining how there is no other Book like it and surveying the Bible’s historical influence on America. Then he chronicles the declining influence and the spreading famine of Bible illiteracy, not only in society at large, but in the Church as well. The final section gives specific steps for recovering Bible literacy in America.
aking Back the Good Book
Publisher: Crossway Books, Good News Publishers
Format: Paperback Book
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Topic: Biblical Studies - Bible Study and Reference