The Presbyterian Church (USA) has gone from being the second largest denomination in the United States at the time of the revolution to being within a generation of disappearing altogether. What is wrong and what can be done about it?
The problem isn't Christianity. Christianity is growing world wide and in the United States. It's not Presbyterian theology. Presbyterian churches are thriving everywhere abroad. Yet in the United States, the denomination has lost over a million members and 600 churches since the northern and southern churches were united in 1983.
"The Presbyterian Prescription" is a comprehensive discussion of the problems individual churches and the denomination are facing. It lays out a practical guide for individual churches to use to rejuvenate themselves regardless of whether they have pastoral leadership and it proposes changes for the denominational government to make it more representative and effective.