Revolution (Paperback)

An Urgent Call to a Holy Uprising

By Michael L. Brown

Charisma House, 9781629999593, 336pp.

Publication Date: October 6, 2020

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Description

A revolution of repentance by the power of the Holy Spirit is needed in the church to bring renewal to a hurting nation.

After reading Revolution you will understand what a biblical revolution looks like and how to implement it, starting within your own heart, and going outward from there.

This book is not a call to the violent overthrow of the government, nor is it a call to take up arms, nor is it a call to political activism in and of itself. It is a call to something far more extreme, a call to live out the gospel with all its radical claims, a call for the people of God to impact this generation with the prophetic message of repentance, a call to spark the most sweeping counterculture movement in our nation's history, a call to take back the moral high ground that has been stolen from under our feet, a call to follow Jesus by life or by death. Revolution answers such questions as:
  • What is the role of the Christian and the church during these tumultuous times?
  • How are we to respond to the racial upheaval happening in our nation?
  • What is the church's role in healing the divide in our fractured, divided country?
Dr. Brown turns up the volume in this call to God's remnant people to pray, repent, and act according to the teachings of Jesus--who is calling us to holy revolution.


About the Author

Michael L. Brown, PhD, is founder and president of AskDrBrown Ministries and president of FIRE School of Ministry. The author of more than thirty-five books, he is also the host of the nationally syndicated daily talk radio show The Line of Fire, as well as the host of shows on GOD TV, NRBTV, and METV. His syndicated columns appear on many leading websites, and his scholarly publications range from biblical commentaries to articles in Semitic journals and theological dictionaries. He has served as an adjunct or visiting professor at seven leading seminaries and has debated gay activists, agnostic professors, and Orthodox rabbis on university campuses.