Edwards, Gene

Americanization of Christianity

( 4 Reviews )

This unique book of 115 pages was written to indigenous workers, not Americans nor American missionaries, nor an English-speaking audience, but for workers in third-world countries. It was intended to be translated into other languages. The purpose of the book was to show indigenous Christians that they can raise up a church that would not look like the churches raised up by missionaries from England and the United States. We encourage you to read this hard-hitting book. If you know of a non-English speaking Christian worker, we invite you to send that believer a copy of this book. The Americanization of Christianity is not for the conformist. It is written for the brave-hearted Christian who would like to see indigenous believers expressing the church in a way that matches their own culture rather than an American expression.

Current stock:

Bulk Pricing:

  • Buy 1 - 11 and get 0% off
  • Buy 12 - 12 and get 10% off
  • Buy 13 - 25 and get 20% off
  • Buy 26 - 40 and get 25% off
  • Buy 41 or above and get 30% off

4 Reviews

Aug 28th 2017

Powerful Presentation

The argument to address those who are not Americans is unique and profound in the implication that the Western Christians have become hard of hearing. Convicting message and a thought provoking read to hopefully bring a God-birthed solution to change our present Western Christianity.

Michael May 29th 2013

Do Not Read This Book...

... if you want to remain content with a shallow and powerless Christianity. We have confused being a student of American Christianity with being a disciple of Jesus Christ! Somehow we have confused knowing the commands of Christ with doing the commands of Christ, as if knowing about what Jesus told us is the same as actually obeying. This book makes you really stop and consider whether we are really serving the Lord at all in most American churches. A must read...

Add a Review