In 164 pages Richard Bledsoe, in his Metropolitan Manifesto, delivers the history of Western civilization through an astute theological and psychological framework opening up the curtains and shedding light on the current state of Christendom in declining nations while unwrapping the only hope of the future, namely, Jehovah God. This book is written, primarily for pastors, but it is not simply for pastors. For any Christian living in a city of any size, ought to read this book, digest its contents, and get to work. This work is too important for Christians to pass by as we look to the future of the church in the world.
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