In Plain Sight by Dr. R. Curtis Royal PhD
Searching for a More Excellent Way

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IN PLAIN SIGHT – SEARCHING FOR A MORE EXCELLENT WAY, addresses the ongoing exodus from western churches. Census records remind us there are two to three times more Christians than go to church. Interestingly, the increase of Christianity in third world countries is remarkable. Western churches are suffering a massive dislocation from both society and from Christianity in general. What is suggested in this book is exactly the sort of process God enables/allows while preparing the next stage of a grand plan in the drama of human redemption.

We must search for a more excellent way. “Tolerant Spirit” is paramount in hearing the voice of the Spirit along the spiritual journey. IN PLAIN SIGHT extends the sacred conversation to all fellow travelers aspiring to discover or regain their spiritual compasses in being faithful to a true and living God who rules and reigns beyond our many fallible conceptions of divine governance in the world, and the interaction of divine initiative and human responsibility.

The problem of forging a new paradigm in the churches for a new age is a sacred conversation about rethinking divine activity and personal and corporate faithfulness. We must become much more intentional about developing a theology of grace which thoroughly encompasses serious crises and problems of all spiritual pilgrims, travelers, and persons of sincere faith.

About Dr. R. Curtis Royal PhD

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Dr. R. Curtis Royal PhD was in vocational ministry for over 30 years and has written extensively about the spiritual life. He teaches English in China and interacts frequently with spiritual travelers of many different persuasions. He lives with his wonderful wife, Sevgi, who is also insightful and faithful on their spiritual journey.
Published February 15, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 246 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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