The Vulgarization of Christ’s Church
Combating Progressivism’s Damning Influence upon Christian Thinking and Preaching
Imprint: Resource Publications
"Ronnie Rogers is one of America's most intellectually and biblically adept pastors when it comes to offering an incisive critique and corrective to the malaise of Evangelical churches. In this book, Rogers deftly identifies progressive education's deleterious and toxic effects upon the modern church. He not only diagnoses the malady, but like a skilled physician, offers the needed remedy. Solidly based in an understanding of the current educational philosophy of the day as well as biblical theology, Rogers' book is one I hope every pastor will read and heed."
--David L. Allen, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
"The rapidly changing currents of culture are often met by credulity or else confusion within the contemporary church. In this book, Rogers offers a penetrating analysis of our public discourse and present intellectual climate, all with a view toward reviving the church's voice and influence in American society. Clairvoyant and timely, this is a book worth reading closely."
--Benjamin R. Wilson, Moody Bible Institute
"The Vulgarization of Christ's Church is meticulously written and yet provides a readable, keen analysis of the venomous effects of an education system that most consider innocuous. It is a must-read for every pastor, teacher, and Christian leader interested in understanding the vast influence of progressive education upon contemporary culture and its ever-present pressure on the church. This book should be at the top of your reading list."
--Chip Hardy, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary