The Apostle John concluded his first epistle warning his readers to “keep themselves from idols.” Idolatry seems to be a pervasive malady radically present in all human beings – even Christians. To rightly understand idolatry and the way to deal with it requires a biblical strategy grounded on a careful insight into human nature and biblical theology.
Trevin Wax, Associate Pastor for Missions and Education at the First Baptist Church of Shelbyville, TN has written a new book titled, Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals and seeks to identify areas of human understanding which are thoroughly corrupted by what Scripture calls sin and its devastating effects on modern life.
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