The Church in America has lost its light and salt to the world. Maybe it’s because our theology is upside down. Christian pollster George Barna has expressed serious concern in a 2005 report on the health of the Christian Church in America. He explains that the long term absence of real change on key measures of religious belief and behavior screams for a change of direction and a more radical approach to spiritual growth.
This book deals with the problem that God has both in the heavens and on earth. The problem is not solved with current evangelical teaching which emphasizes that heaven is the goal of Christian salvation while the earth and its nations have been written off by God. Our dying and going to heaven does not address or fix God’s problem. The solution is to be found in the one prayer Jesus taught. Come explore what may be the key to real and lasting revival along with a reformation of current evangelical understanding on the meaning of salvation and eternal life.
Earl Clampett is a retired judge and jail chaplain. As an ordained minister, he currently serves as an assistant pastor. He is also an adjunct college professor for the California Community College system. He has four children and currently resides in Southern California with his wife Vilma.