Guinness, Os. (©1993) Dining with the devil :the megachurch movement flirts with modernity Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House,MLA Citation
Guinness, Os. Dining With The Devil: The Megachurch Movement Flirts With Modernity. Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, ©1993. Print.
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Dining with the devil : the megachurch movement flirts with modernity /
|Main Author:||Guinness, Os.|
|Published:||Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, ©1993.|
|Topics:||Church growth - United States. | Big churches. | Christianity and culture. | Christianisme et culture. | Croissance de l'Église - États-Unis.|
|Regions:||United States - Church history - 20th century. | United States. | États-Unis - Histoire religieuse - 20e siècle. | United States - Church history - 20th century.|
|Physical Description:||113 pages ; 22 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 110-113).
|Summary:||"He who sups with the devil had better have a long spoon"--Peter L. Berger. Today's megachurch movement should heed this warning, because of its often uncritical use of management and marketing tools to induce growth. Os Guinness provides a perceptive, thoughtful assessment of this powerful movement and its proneness to compromise with modernity. Each chapter concludes with thought-provoking questions for reflection and discussion. This book also includes two unique meditations: Søren Kierkegaard's "Fishers of Men" and Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Celestial Rail-road." --! From back cover.