The Domestic Captivity of the Church

Author:
Peter Adam
Date:
May 10, 2021
Type:

Peter Adam, an Australian Christian Minister, acknowledges a range of today's questions around the relationship between church, work, politics, family, and values, and suggests answers through mapping the development of our society since the Industrial Revolution.

"Suggesting an Answer: The answer is the massive effects of the Industrial Revolution, which
began in the 1750s. Here was the birth of..."

Source: https://au.thegospelcoalition.org/article/the-domestic-captivity-of-the-church/

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