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The Fallacy of Affinity Barron Witherspoon Sr.

The Fallacy of Affinity

Barron Witherspoon Sr.

Published August 3rd 2010
ISBN : 9781608445110
Hardcover
188 pages
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The Fallacy of Affinity makes the case for Cross-Cultural Worship as an imperative for all Christians. The book makes the case biblically and empirically and supports the case with practical experience.The Fallacy of Affinity debunks the theory thatMoreThe Fallacy of Affinity makes the case for Cross-Cultural Worship as an imperative for all Christians. The book makes the case biblically and empirically and supports the case with practical experience.The Fallacy of Affinity debunks the theory that homogeneous congregations grow faster and grow deeper than diverse congregations. They may grow faster but they do not grow deeper. The author not only suggests it is good to have diversity in Christian congregations, he claims, Any ministry that does not have a clear and compelling objective to enable Cross-Cultural Worship among the fellowship of believers is working against Gods plan for his church.The Fallacy of Affinity is also the story of one mans spiritual journey fromthe life of a typical youth in a segregated community including segregatedworship to a life of full appreciation for the benefits of diversity in theChristian context. The book speaks to the head with hard hitting facts and tothe heart with real life stories.Barron Witherspoon, Sr. is a bi-vocational leader. He is a vice president atProcter & Gamble, the worlds largest consumer products company and an ordained preacher with a global itinerant ministry. He and his wife Karen now live, work and worship in Cincinnati, Ohio. They have two adult children: Briana and Barron, Jr.