The evangelical movement is in deep disarray. Many doubt it can be defined; some question whether it has a future. But the authors of this book forcefully declare otherwise. Beginning with a trumpet call for revival and reformation, they confront the heart of evangelical captivity--the idols in our churches and our hearts. Modern tools and insights taken to excess--from politics, psychology, marketing, and management--have become points of false reliance and substitutes for God. NO GOD BUT GOD is an urgent reminder for all evangelicals who sorrow over our condition. Temptation to idolatry is everyone's problem, and often the worst temptations come from the best gifts. In order to let God be God, Christians must worship and love God alone.