(Spanish) The Power of God’s Word to Transform a Nation
For hundreds of years Latin America has been considered Christian by sociologists and cartographers. Why, then, does not most Latin American society reflect the transforming power of the gospel in its relationships, institutions, and governments? Is it because the true and undiluted gospel has not been embraced by most Latin American Christians? What can be learned by looking at the United States in its periods of fidelity and evangelical influence, and more recently in the decline and degeneration of its spiritual life?
In this book Dr. Núñez provides a wide-ranging vision. The church is not only called to preach the gospel (though it is called to do it!). The church should not only focus on planting new churches (though it must do so!). As a people redeemed by God in a fallen world, both the church (and churches) and Christian individuals must be the salt and light that permeates society with the transforming power of God's love in Christ.
When the pure Word of God is preached, believed, lived and shared, we see amazing effects on individuals, churches, and societies! You might be thinking: Yes, I agree, but how exactly does that look? Can you support what you say with the Bible? Can you illustrate it with historical study? Can you give me specific information, perhaps even a detailed example of a faithful church that has successfully followed this model of gospel-centered transformation? . In this book, Dr. Nunez answers precisely those questions.
Spanish originated in the Castile region of Spain and has grown to be the native language of over 400 million people worldwide, making it second only to Mandarin Chinese. If you include second language speakers, Spanish is spoken by, at least, 500 million.
It is the official language of 21 countries with most of those speakers located in Latin America. (Mexico is the world’s largest Spanish-speaking nation.) Spanish has at least 3 million native speakers each in 44 countries, making it the fourth mostly geographically widely spoken language behind English (112 countries), French (60) and Arabic (57). Roman Catholicism is the predominate religion of Spanish-speakers, Protestantism has made significant inroads but it is driven through large segment of the prosperity gospel.
Resource Title: The Power of God's Word to Transform a Nation
Author: Miguel Nunez
Page Count: 240
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