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CLC Publications Love Not the World: A Prophetic Call to Holy Living

In this hard-hitting and controversial book, Watchman Nee states that there's a satanic power behind every worldly thing and that the natural tendency of every worldly system such as politics, education, literature, science, art and music is to move away from God and toward Satan. Nee explores how the Christian can live and work in these systems but not be "of the World."
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Out of this World teaching!

Date:May 2, 2011
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donaldpang
Location:Singapore
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I have always admired this great man of God and his teachings. This book once again shows that Watchman Nee is way way ahead of his time and generation. It is an easy read but diffcult at the same time. Its difficult becuase it challenges you to think deep. The revelations from Watchman Nee in this book may be shocking to some, but upon meditations and reflections, I am glad that he has opened my eyes to things of the world and how we Christians can overcome this world.
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Date:August 27, 2007
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bill bivens
To me the book is worth reading several times. He explains how the word "world" is used in different ways and calls attention to the mind behind the world system as well as the meaning of work and money. Too much to summarize - suggest one read this book at some time. I find myself reading this book along with Dietrich Bonhoeffers "Ethics".
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