Christian Modesty and the Public Undressing of America

Christian Modesty and the Public Undressing of America

by Jeff Pollard, Douglas W. Phillips (Editor)
Publisher: Vision Forum
Saddle-stitched, 76 pages
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The Church is being destroyed by sacred cows. A "sacred cow" is an untouchable subject that we are not supposed to discuss. To do so impinges upon another's "Christian liberty." Certainly, there are few sacred cows quite as sacred as the right of modern Christians to dress however they please. But in this groundbreaking work, Jeff Pollard challenges us to embrace God's standard and to understand the historical roots of the rise of nudity and immodesty in modern culture. His perspective is thoughtful and balanced. Most importantly, he accomplishes what few authors on this subject have achieved: a treatise that avoids both license and legalism. A courageous booklet.

Table of Contents:

    Publishers Introduction

  1. Modesty and Controversy
  2. Defining Terms
  3. God, the Designer of Clothes
  4. Defining the Issue: Nakedness and Shame
  5. The Public Undressing of America
  6. The Theater of Carnality
  7. The Impact of the Media
  8. Candles among Gunpowder
  9. The Return of Christian Modesty

    Sources on Fashion
    Index of Quotations
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