The book, Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity, is a study guide edition of the original text. It was written by Nancy Pearcey and published in 2016. The purpose of this book is to help Christians understand how their culture has influenced their beliefs and practices, so that they can be more effective in reaching out to others.
The author uses an inductive approach in her argumentation, which means that she begins with specific examples and then generalizes them into broader principles. She also uses many examples from other cultures around the world to illustrate how different cultures have adopted different beliefs and practices without necessarily knowing it.
This study guide is designed to help you better understand Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity. The book, written by author David Platt, is a call for Christians to reject the cultural norms of our day and focus on sharing the gospel with others.
This study guide will help you think through the main points of each chapter in the book, as well as reflect on how these ideas can apply to your own life. We hope that this study guide will help you grow in your understanding of what it means to be a Christian and how you can share your faith with others.
About Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity
This study guide is designed to accompany the book Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity by Voddie Baucham.
The purpose of this book is to help you understand how to apply what you have learned in the book. This study guide is not intended to take the place of reading the book, but it does offer some suggestions on how to best use the material. You should read through this guide before starting your first session of studying with a group or friend, and then use it as a reference throughout the study.
Each section includes questions for discussion, which may be used for personal reflection or for a small group discussion. The questions are designed to help you learn from each other so that everyone can grow together as they learn from God’s word.