Against the Flow: The Inspiration of Daniel in an Age of Relativism
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Daniel's story is one of extraordinary faith in God lived out at the pinnacle of executive power. It tells of four young men, born in the tiny state of Judah around 500 BC, and captured by Nebuchadnezzar, emperor of Babylon. Daniel describes how they eventually rose to senior positions of administration.
Daniel and his friends did not simply maintain their private devotion to God; they maintained a high-profile witness in a pluralistic society antagonistic to their faith. Their story carries a powerful message for us today. In this book, Dr John Lennox provides both a unique perspective on Western society and biblical exegesis that will encourage Christians to speak out in our modern Babylon.
"I cannot think of a more important book for a secular, pluralist age. John Lennox challenges Christians to dare to be like Daniel, who witnessed boldly at the highest levels in a nation that did not share his faith. This book is a huge encouragement to all Christians who long to live faithfully and usefully for God in a hostile world."?
- Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of Programmes, Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics
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