Malcolm Muggeridge contends that Christendom is quite different from Christianity.
Christ said, "My kingdom is very much a part of this world, and thus subject to decay and eventual
ruin." In this book, Muggeridge explores the prevailing downfall of Christendom. However, contrary
to our natural impulse to mourn this, Muggeridge makes a cogent and convincing argument that
now is a time to rejoice, "for it is precisely when every earthly hope has been explored and found
wantingthat Christ's hand reaches out sure and firm."
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