In Post-Rapture Radio, our faithful narrator finds a mysterious box containing the sermons and journal entries of a genuine, unvarnished American character the Reverend Richard Lamblove. The little-known Lambloveatried and failedato revolutionize contemporary Christian culture. As his journal entries, cereal box scribblings, and random notes written on paper scraps reveal, Lamblove sees contemporary culture as shallow, overly individualistic, and consumed with the kind of status measured by money, power, and celebrity. And American Evangelicalismawhich has been integrated into the culture as a wholeahas similar failings. Reverend Lamblove vanished without a trace, but Russell Rathbun has acompileda his papers into a compelling critique of contemporary faith an antidote to faith-as-usual and a wakeup call for Christians to genuinely respond to the gospel.I dona#39;t know much about technology, but I think someone did something to my car radio. ... I can tell the sound is coming out. ... But if there is such a thing, I am wondering if it has been put into use when I 27 Journal Entry (I Dona#39;t Know About anbsp;...
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