Books: The Presence of the Kingdom by Jacques Ellul

The description of this book says it all: “In “The Presence of the Kingdom,” Ellul calls upon Christians to be a radical presence in the world, opposing its will to death with a revolutionary way of life that brings the transforming power of the gospel to bear upon all dimensions of individual as well as collective human existence.” Ellul was a French philosopher in the post-war era that wrote extensively on technology’s effect on society as well as propaganda.

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This new edition of Ellul’s seminal work, first published in 1948, brings back into print the volume considered “the necessary primer for all Ellul study.” In “The Presence of the Kingdom,” Ellul calls upon Christians to be a radical presence in the world, opposing its will to death with a revolutionary way of life that brings the transforming power of the gospel to bear upon all dimensions of individual as well as collective human existence.

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