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FAITH ADRIFT CHRISTIANITY: How Can We Avoid Drifting Away from God? by Cecil W. Stalnaker


Product Details

  • Publisher: ‎ Christian Publishing House (July 27, 2022)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Paperback: ‎ 289 pages
  • ISBN-13: ‎ 979-8842760916
  • Item Weight: ‎ 1.11 pounds
  • Dimensions: ‎ 6 x 0.66 x 9 inches

Book Description

Faith Adrift Christianity is a biblical response to a devastating form of Christianity that has gripped the heart and soul of many “Christians” and their churches, namely, that of nominal Christianity. This form of Christianity is counterfeit at its best and is one of the greatest challenges facing the church today, whether Protestant, Catholic, or Orthodox. It is estimated that an alarming 75% of professing Christians are living lifeless forms of their faith. Although so many identify as Christians, something is strangely wrong. Sadly, wavering in the Christian faith is more common than not. Millions of professing Christians in America and Europe are adrift spiritually and indifferent to Jesus Christ and his church. This deceptive form of Christianity is not only personally detrimental to the Christian, but devastating to the life of the local church. Being a weak form of Christianity, the church loses its saltiness and its light dims. It nullifies its penetrating and powerful outreach into society. If not countered, Christians will continue to drift toward the sea of nominally, having nothing but a token relationship with God. For this reason, Faith Adrift Christianity is an indispensable guide because it reveals, counters, and provides answers from a biblical perspective to churches regarding those who profess Christ, yet live lapsed Christian lives. The uniqueness of Faith Adrift Christianity is its biblical analysis as to why people manifest an aloofness regarding God. Yet, it does not merely cite the problems and leave the reader adrift, for it offers effective means to combat this very troublesome challenge.






Cecil W. Stalnaker received his Ph.D. from the Evangelical Theological Faculty in Heverlee, Belgium, and is Professor Emeritus of Intercultural Studies and Practical Ministry at Tyndale Theological Seminary, the Netherlands. He continues to teach at the seminary as an adjunct professor. Before his ministry at Tyndale, he served at the French-Speaking Institut Biblique Belge, located in Brussels, Belgium. Cecil and his family served for almost thirty-five years in Europe with Greater Europe Mission. Besides being primarily involved in the equipping of church leaders and missionaries, he has been active in church planting and evangelism in Europe. Dr. Stalnaker has written several articles in mission journals and chapters in books on missions. He continues to work with Greater Europe Mission as a mobilizer and teaches on missions and evangelism in local churches and Christian universities in the USA. He currently lives in Santa Clarita, CA.

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