The Architecture of Truth
Reclaiming the Gospel from the World’s Untruths
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
“Rodger Woodworth’s The Architecture of Truth is a solid resource for any church planter, pastor or disciple who wants to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to bear on twenty-first-century America and its enthrallment with the debilitating notion of ‘personal truth.’”
—Tom Ricks, national director, E.P.C. Church Planting
“This is a timely book. For many years now, the West has been attempting to construct a post-truth society but has only done so with deleterious results. Rodger Woodworth has given the world a much-needed blessing with a gospel-centered book that fetters truth to the person and work of Christ. Unlike a philosophical treatise, the book is both clear and eminently readable. Each illustration insightfully illuminates its point in a way that anyone can understand and relate.”
—Joe Felix Kim, church planter, Hope Philly E.P.C.
“The Architecture of Truth, details and helps readers to see the historical and cultural decline in a desire for truth. This will be extremely helpful for church leaders to develop a framework on how to keep teaching and preaching the truth of the gospel.”
—Michael Davis, assistant stated clerk and chief collaborative officer, E.P.C.
“Titus has been one of those books of the Bible that has often been glossed over. Rodger Woodworth has shown me that I was wrong to take Paul’s precious letter for granted and has masterfully guided us to ‘reclaim that gospel from the untruth’s of our world.’ This gospel message is a timely and much-needed gift of new life for the church today. Take a moment and read these important words.”
—Shawn Robinson, senior pastor, Clayton Community Church
“In this present work, Rodger Woodworth turns his attention to the gospel and calls us to remember who we are! In a culture flailing about for a sense of identity, he shows us that we don’t have to go shopping for that identity, for in Christ, by God’s grace, we are gifted a new identity. This little book will be useful for training new believers even as it finds use as a tool for building the faith of seasoned leaders in the church.”
—Steve Burton, pastor, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church
“Rodger Woodworth pens a timely response of truth in a time and season where truth is corrupted, compromised, and used as a coercive opiate for manipulation. Woodworth challenges, confronts, and inspires us all to examine our truth in the light of the ‘Christ’ who is truth as we seek to reflect the redemptive word of Christ in our world. Woodworth weaves together a host of parables and illustrations to gently point us towards Christ who is indeed the ‘Architect of Truth.’”
—A. Jerome Danage Sr., senior pastor, Providence United Church of Christ