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Peter F. Drucker article on repairing and rebuilding the Christian church community, which Drucker argues has been lost through society's evolution and progress. Drucker claims that Christianity and the Christian church are not dying, but evolving. Drucker proceeds to relate four changes that have taken place in society, including church attendance no longer being a matter of conformity, a return to the church's community responsibility, the loss of community in modern society, and the vacuums on certainty and beliefs in a post capitalist world. He goes on to talk about the new importance of the growing pastoral church and setting agendas for involvement and leadership in all churches.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Next (Newspaper)
Peter F. Drucker article on repairing and rebuilding the Christian church community, which Drucker argues has been lost through society's evolution and progress; Drucker Archives; Box 109, Folder 13; 3 pages