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Here Are Your Gods

Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times

Author Christopher JH Wright
Narrator Derek Perkins
Runtime 5.9 HRS. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date January 26, 2021
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When the Israelites exclaimed, 'Here are your gods!' at the sight of the golden calf, they were attempting to hold on to the God of their history while fashioning idols for their own purposes.

In today's Western world, plenty of shiny false gods still hold power-idols of prosperity, nationalism, and self-interest. Christians desperately need to name and expose these idols. We must retrieve the biblical emphasis on idolatry and apply it anew in our journey of following Jesus. In 'Here Are Your Gods', Old Testament scholar Christopher J. H. Wright combines a biblical study of idolatry with practical discipleship. He calls listeners to consider connections between Old Testament patterns and today's culture, especially recurring temptations to trust in political power. Now as much as ever, we need a biblically informed understanding of the many ways humans make gods for themselves, the danger of idols, and how God calls us to join him in the battle against idolatry as part of his ongoing mission to be known and worshiped by all peoples.
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When the Israelites exclaimed, 'Here are your gods!' at the sight of the golden calf, they were attempting to hold on to the God of their history while fashioning idols for their own purposes.

In today's Western world, plenty of shiny false gods still hold power-idols of prosperity, nationalism, and self-interest. Christians desperately need to name and expose these idols. We must retrieve the biblical emphasis on idolatry and apply it anew in our journey of following Jesus. In 'Here Are Your Gods', Old Testament scholar Christopher J. H. Wright combines a biblical study of idolatry with practical discipleship. He calls listeners to consider connections between Old Testament patterns and today's culture, especially recurring temptations to trust in political power. Now as much as ever, we need a biblically informed understanding of the many ways humans make gods for themselves, the danger of idols, and how God calls us to join him in the battle against idolatry as part of his ongoing mission to be known and worshiped by all peoples.