The Seeker-Sensitive Movement: A Bibliography

Willow Creek PerformanceAll the books in this bibliography are from an anti-seeker-sensitive viewpoint; the viewpoint I heartily agree with! Because the Seeker-Sensitive Movement is SUCH AN ABOMINATION!

DeWaay, Bob. Redefining Christianity: Understanding the Purpose Driven Movement. Springfield, MO: 21st Century Press, 2006. A rebuttal of Rick Warren’s teachings.

Gilley, Gary. This Little Church Went to Market: The Church in the Age of Entertainment. Darlington, England: Evangelical Press, 2005. #1 RANKING.

Houdmann, S. Michael. “Should a Church Be Seeker Sensitive?”

Hutchings, Noah. The Dark Side of the Purpose Driven Church: Expanded Edition. Bethany, OK: Bible Belt Publishing, 2007. Written by a traditional pastor who’s church was hijacked and supplanted by a new seeker-sensitive pastor.

Klenck, Bob. “Diaprax and the Church–Manipulating the Church into Globalism.” Video. This M.D. gives a highly educated and critical evaluation of the Seeker-Sensitive Movement. 2 hours and 43 minutes.

MacArthur, John. Ashamed of the Gospel: When the Church Becomes Like the World. 3rd ed. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 2010. #2 RANKING.

Pritchard, G. A. Willow Creek Seeker Services: Evaluating a New Way of Doing Church. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book, 1996. #3 RANKING.

Smith, Warren. Deceived On Purpose: The New Age Implications of the Purpose-Driven Church. Magalia, CA: Mountain Stream Press, 2004.

Sundquist, James. Who’s Driving the Purpose Driven Church? Bethany, OK: Bible Belt Publishing, 2004. A thorough rebuttal of Rick Warren’s teachings.

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