Because global ideas compete with Christian values, believers can receive false or misleading information that negatively effects their spiritual views. Cosmopolitan concepts have shaped soft-sell sermons, filling pulpits with modern marketing and entertainment devices that mislead church laity.
Expediency is not the way of God. Discipleship is costly, but demanded by Christ, for those that would inherit eternal life. The time is right for God's people to grow effectively in faith, by the doctrines and principles taught by Jesus.
Wisdom, understanding, and proper confidence are not owned by desire alone. It takes work, time, and experience to master a subject. Th e child of God needs a level field, a basis, from which to sift ideas and test the notions of society. Proper Christian doctrine will expose fallacies, and sharpen the wit to discern fact from fiction.
This book provides an authoritative and esthetic primer of remembrance for trained ministers of the Gospel, and a foundational source for lay teachers and inquiring Christians.