Roaring Lambs by Bob Briner
A Gentle Plan to Radically Change Your World

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In order to return Christian values to society, it is necessary to do more than criticize and rail against evil. In a wake-up call for every believer lulled into thinking there is no room for Christian thought or teaching in the secular world, Briner details pratical ways to penetrate every area of society and replace evil with good.
 

About Bob Briner

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Bob Briner was a leading figure in professional sports management, an Emmy Award-winning TV producer, and president of ProServ Television. He was also a prolific writer, best known for his book "Roaring Lambs", a call for the church to begin shaping culture rather than being shaped by it. He wrote regularly for the "New York Times" and "Sports Illustrated "and also coauthored "The Leadership Lessons of Jesus". Bob died of cancer in the summer of 1999, survived by Marty, his wife of more than forty years, and their three children.
 
Published March 1, 1993 by Zondervan. 187 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Self Help. Non-fiction

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