The Fall and Rise of Christian Standards

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Xulon Press, 2005 - 208 頁
If you associate dress standards with legalism, this book will positively rock your world! For those seeking a balance between nit-picky rules and permissiveness, it's an indispensable resource. What about legalism and freedom in Christ? What if I'm not convicted? Isn't God just interested in our hearts? These questions and many more are answered with biblical reason and logic. Using the wall of Jerusalem as an analogy, the reality of the church's cultural accommodation is clearly illustrated: the ruins of modesty, dignity, and gender distinction. The case for biblically based standards is established through practical understanding of relevant scriptural principles and their legitimate application to the polarizing issue of personal standards. This is a makeover for the church from the inside out!
 

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Section 1 Surveying the Ruins
17
Ashes for Beauty
19
Section 2 Clearing the Rubble
31
Legalism The Imaginary Giant
33
Understanding Freedom in Christ
47
What If Im Not Convicted?
65
Can We Be Too Different to Attract Others?
71
Does Blessing Mean Approval?
79
Should women wear pants?
126
Isnt God just interested in our heart condition?
136
If a man has lustful thoughts because of how a woman is dressed isnt that his problem?
140
How short is too short?
147
Isnt it wrong to make judgments about others based on how they are dressed?
151
If the message is true does the appearance or technique of the messenger matter?
157
Are Christians to be visibly different from the world?
161
How can modesty be fostered in a degenerate culture?
169

Section 3 Laying the Foundation
85
Understanding Biblical Modesty
87
Understanding the Identity Principle
101
Section 4 Let the Building Begin
117
Understanding Bible Passages About Dress and Appearance
119
Whats wrong with tattoos and body piercing?
122
Men Rise Up and Build
177
Section 5 So Built We the Wall
185
What Does a Biblical View of Dress and Appearance Look Like?
187
The Finishing Touch
197
Epilogue
203
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David Kidd (1926-1996) was an art collector in Kyoto in the last years of his life.

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