Why Go to Church?

A Little Book of Guidance

C. K. Robertson

Aug/2017, 64 Pages, PAPERBACK, 5 x 7

ISBN-13: 9780898691191

  • Easy to read; short book on a key topic for seekers
  • Distinguished author who knows the church from the inside and out

In an age where people increasingly spend their weekends anywhere but in a place of worship, it is important to ask why anyone should go to church. In Why Go to Church? Robertson addresses the top reasons for not attending and goes further to explore how church participation can enhance one's life on so many levels.

Essential reading for those who have thought about going to church, are thinking about going back to church, and even those who go to church regularly but want to attain a deeper worship experience.

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Audience: seekers, lay individuals, clergy.

C. K. Robertson, PhD, DD is Canon to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the General Theological Seminary. His books include Transforming Stewardship, Conversations with Scripture: Acts of the Apostles, and the DVD series, Hazardous Saints, all via Church Publishing. He earned the PhD from the University of Durham, Durham, England.

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