Selected Excerpts From the Writings and sermons of A.W. Tozer "We are saved to worship God. All that Christ has done for us in the past and all that He is doing now leads to this one end." --A.W. Tozer had strong convictions about the subject of worship as well as its corruption by what he referred to as "the Great God Entertainment." The excerpts in this book were carefully selected to give you a clear picture of his thoughts on both topics. Worship Unacceptable Worship, Spiritual Concentration, The Presence of God, The Power of God, Personal Communion, Adoration, Hymns Entertainment Evangelical Heresy, Propaganda, An Outward Shift, Modern Evangelism, Religious Activity, Worldliness Also included are Tozer's sermon "The Act and Object of Worship" in its entirety as well as his controversial essay, "The Menace of the Religious Movie," written in the mid 1950s. You might not agree with Tozer but as always he "draws a line in the sand" and causes the reader to think critically!About the Author: A.W. Tozer (1897-1963) was a self-taught theologian who received two honorary doctorates and pastored several churches, including Southside Alliance in Chicago for thirty-one years. He is the author of the spiritual classic The Pursuit of God.