In 1517, Martin Luther nailed ninety-five theses on the Wittenburg Church door as an invitation to debate the foundational beliefs of the established church. 480 years later, The Second Reformation lovingly, yet firmly, challenges us to evaluate the church today. This book deals with hard questions that man of us have wrestled with for years.
Why is the church so ineffective at confronting the desperate needs of our society?
Why are so many church leaders experiencing burnout?
How do we shift from just making converts to making disciples?
Can we really experience the church we read about in the book of Acts?
Not satisfied with simply pointing to problems I the church, Beckham also suggests biblical and practical solutions to these problems After assessing the current state of the church , he lays a firm theological before outlining a practical design for the twenty-first century church With years of experience as a pastor, missionary, church planter and teacher, he challenges the church to evaluate her beliefs and design against our sole source of authority the Bible.