Christianity in Crisis


Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
351 Pages
Reviewed on 07/16/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Christianity in Crisis is a work of non-fiction that explores religious themes and modern life and was penned by an anonymous author under the pen name of The Last Spiritual Samurai. The work seeks to transcend the original traditional beliefs held by Christianity and Judaism and move towards a new understanding which is more universal. The author explores ideas of truth surrounding the proposed mission of Jesus, exploring his values and beliefs under a non-religious lens. With modern-day America in mind, there is an extrapolation of how these values can be applied to deliver a new moral direction and a message of true equality for everyone on the planet.

Under the pen name of The Last Spiritual Samurai, the author of this work delivers a message of equality and a new defense for the existence of God that will be sure to surprise some and satisfy others. The author writes with a clear passion for the subject matter and explores different points in the Bible and the previous interpretations of it with a committed level of detail and description. The arguments made are well-sourced and compelling, and the elements of personal opinion seem well-founded considering the evidence which is presented. This strengthens the overall message of equality for all human lives, which is a truly hopeful message at its heart and gives the book a powerful quality. Overall, I would recommend Christianity in Crisis for both religious and non-religious readers seeking new ideas on the deeper, kinder values of human life.