The Church in the Time of Lawlessness


A great wall of ethical and moral restraint once seemed firmly encoded within American culture—a boundary line that, even when subconscious or unspoken, ideally separated good from evil, right from wrong, law from lawlessness. Few would deny that this wall has now largely collapsed, pulling even much of the mainline and even Evangelical church down with it. Can this once taken-for-granted moral framework ever be recovered in Western culture? Or do our unprecedented times require that believers seek instead to rediscover and realize within the church the original patterns of life and source of power capable of ensuring the church’s survival amidst the maelstrom of antinomianism? 

Arising from a ministry that birthed an intentional Christian community now flourishing into its fifth decade, this message calls for an entirely new kind of law—one written on the hearts and minds of God’s people—one enabling the church to find the strength to stand in the day of lawlessness.


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Blair Adams is a minister, author, artist, father and grandfather from central Texas. In 1973, Blair founded the Christian community now known as Homestead Heritage, a flourishing intentional agrarian community that has now spawned several more expressions across the U.S. and around the world. Drawing from his personal experience and decades of research, Blair has authored scores of books mostly directed towards the restoration of an authentic Christian culture. His works span a breadth of related topics, including education, history, religion, and family and community life. (Read more about Blair Adams)