Writing from the perspective of a student of life, history, law, politics, and theology, Don Hutchinson draws on all of these areas in Under Siege to offer perceptive insight into the Christian Church of todays Canada. Hutchinson presents historic, legal, and theological grounds for us not to hide our faith in stained-glass closets, but instead to enter Canadas contested public space with confidence. together we have the capacity to impact the nation for Gods good, the good of our neighbours, and the good of ourselves.
Under Siege by Don Hutchinson
Paperback: 306 pages
Publisher: Word Alive Press
About the Author: Don Hutchinson is a lifelong learner and student of the Bible as well as studied history and politics at Queen's University and law at the University of British Columbia. Don currently serves with a Christian ministry focused on facilitating partnerships for Christians engaged on issues of religious freedom in Canada and the global persecuted Church.