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Boiling Point: It Only Takes One Degree; Monitoring Cultural Shifts in the 21st Century

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Ten years ago George Barna's The Frog in the Kettle challenged what we believe about the evangelical church and its influence in America. Subsequent books by Barna have become must reading for Church leaders and concerned Christians everywhere. Now Barna, along with futurist Mark Hatch, takes a fresh look at the Church -- where we stand and where we are headed -- at the da ...more
Paperback, 327 pages
Published January 1st 2001 by Regal Books
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Nate
Jul 27, 2010 Nate rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Not as good as "UnChristian", if you only have time to read one of the two books. However, it really gets one to imagine how the influence of a non-Christian society shifts our thoughts and beliefs as Christians. It also got me thinking about the problems our society contains and the need for Christians to come up with well thought out and developed responses to these situations that people (we) are going through. If Christians don't provide voices with solutions (involving the messages of God's ...more
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George Barna was raised and educated on the East Coast before moving to California in the early 1980s. He held executive positions in advertising, public policy, political campaigns, and media/marketing research before beginning his own company, the Barna Research Group (now The Barna Group), in 1984. The firm analyzes American culture and creates resources and experiences designed to facilitate m ...more
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