The book is broken up into three sections:
- Part 1: Evangelical History: Looking Forward and Looking Back
- Part 2: Evangelical Theology: Thinking, Feeling, and Believing the Truths That Matter Most
- Part 3: Evangelical Practice: Learning to Live Life God's Way
While the chapter on missions was as fitting an ending as any, my one complaint is that the book ended awkwardly without a summary or epilogue. Lacking such a tidy conclusion, the book seems to halt abruptly.
That one fault aside Don't Call It a Comeback has, in my humble opinion, done exactly what it set out to accomplish:
"to introduce young Christians, new Christians, and underdisciplined Christians to the most important articles of our faith and what it looks like to live out this faith in real life."Not bad for a bunch of pastor/bloggers.
Westminster Bookstore has Don't Call It a Comeback for 33% off retail ($11.38).
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Recommended for: "young Christians, new Christians, and underdisciplined Christians"
This book was a free review copy provided by Crossway.