“Discipleship” is getting a second round of buzz today. I say second round because the first “buzz” occurred in the West in the early 1970s.
Dozens of books are now promoting the idea of “discipleship.”
These books assert that God’s highest purpose is “to make disciples” of Jesus.
But is this what the New Testament really teaches?
And if it does, what exactly is “discipleship” in the New Testament?
In my new eBook, Discipleship in Crisis, I sketch out 9 reasons why “discipleship” isn’t working today and why.
It includes a historical look at discipleship, from the discipleship movement in the 1970s up until today.
If you’re interested in this subject at all, and you’re not afraid to be challenged with Scripture and the sober experience that history teaches us, you’ll want to get this book.
However, you cannot buy this book anywhere. The only way to get it is by signing up to get your copy FREE copy.