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Product NameReckless Faith: When The Church Loses Its Will To Discern
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AuthorJohn F. Macarthur
Page Count256
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Long DescriptionIn a society that is hostile to anyone who declares absolutes, that tolerates faith in any form, that values emotion over reason and trendiness over conviction, it's no suprise that many American chuches have lost their ability to discern between biblical truth and doctrinal error. John MacArthur attempts to set them straight.
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