America’s Neo-Gospel by David Alan Black

As the church struggle in the United States continues unabated, the witness of Bible-believing Christians to the necessity of biblical law and constitutional government remains alive and well. Their message that Americans – “Christian” Americans included – need conversion will continue to be heralded. American Christians might not think of themselves as needing conversion, but this is precisely the situation in which the church in the United States finds itself.

It is not easy to challenge the status quo in the manner adopted by some of these individuals. They are compelled, however, to proclaim the radical implications of the kingdom of God for society. This is nothing new. Church history is replete with instances where prophetic movements have arisen to challenge both the church and society in ways similar to that being done today. 


About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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