Disagreement among Christians is bound to happen.
In fact, it's almost guaranteed. But what happens when that disagreement turns to anger, resentment, and infighting? And what happens when such infighting is taken into public view for all to see? Is there ever a time where a battle of words is justified? How do we know what doctrines and viewpoints call for a full-fledged Christian assault and which ones call for a casual discourse? And where is grace in it all?
These are all legitimate questions every Christian needs to address while deciding when and how to engage one another.
Rules of Engagement will take the reader on a thoughtful review of the Christian's higher calling. Through this book, readers will be introduced to a classification system to help them determine which types of doctrines are of high and low importance, thus identifying which hills to die on and which hills to concede. We cannot afford to fumble our way through Christian interaction, since it is the very glory of God which is at stake and the supposed image of Christ that we bear.