Chapman, J.B. – Christian Living in the Modern World

Christian Living in the Modern World
By James Chapman

In this 15 chapter work by Chapman (Nazarene), he presents us with thoughts on Christianity in the modern world. Some of his chapters are “Cheap religion”, an appraisal of Life’s values, Faith- overcoming principle, selfishness and unselfishness, vigilance the price of safety, Grace and good sense, Is God fair? etc.

CONTENTS of Christian Living in the Modern World

Chapter 1 The Christian Perspective
Chapter 2 Cheap Religion
Chapter 3 An Appraisal of Life’s Values
Chapter 4 Faith The Overcoming Principle
Chapter 5 Selfishness And Unselfishness
Chapter 6 Spontaneity And Regularity In Life And Service
Chapter 7 Vigilance The Price Of Safety
Chapter 8 The Spiritual Christian
Chapter 9 The Permanent Triumph Of God’s People
Chapter 10 Our Heritage From The Past
Chapter 11 Grace And Good Sense
Chapter 12 The Good Church Member
Chapter 13 Faith A Factor In Christian Life And Service
Chapter 14 Neither Heredity Nor Environment
Chapter 15 Is God Fair?

James Chapman – was an active member of the Church of the Nazarene. Among many roles, he served several years as the Chairman of the Department of Education. Chapman traveled the world spreading the Good News. In one trip alone he conducted missionary services in Central and South America, Africa, and Europe, logging more than 30,000 travel miles. Most of Chapman’s books were written to provide readers with a practical guide to Christian living.
Rutgers and Sanford Copyright databases were searched on January 6, 2012, and no renewal information was found for any work by James Chapman.

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