Integrity in a World of Pretense
Insights from the Book of Philippians
Hype and appearance. That is the type of generation we live in, says much-respected writer Earl Palmer. Integrity has taken a beating in this modern world of ours, as we know from watching the nightly news. Even the religious world has had its share of scandals.
Somehow our Christian senses have been deadened by all the glitz and noise. And somehow it has made our quest to live a life consistent with the gospel more and more difficult.
And Earl Palmer believes that Paul, in the book of Philippians, has much to say to our generation about integrity in life. One of its steady themes is the concern that Paul and his friends have for living their daily lives “worthy of the gospel.” It is a message for us today as well.
Palmer, with his gift for expository teaching, unfolds the insights of this short letter and offers them to us as a guide to the kind of life, full of integrity and depth, we all want to live for Christ.
With questions included for study and reflection, this book is valuable for either personal or group use.