Every society is made up of many spheres, or sectors. Over-excitement about seven specific spheres can lead to talk of a “movement” driven more by hype than substance. One purpose of Transforming Society is to provide clear mental frameworks, and focus the efforts of those intent on positively transforming society. The book delineates spheres and assets of society, and steers a course between the extremes of defeatism and dominionism.
The question is not whether we are called to shape nations: the question is “How we should do this?” Transforming Society provides a rare combination of synthesis and analytics. The results are both inspiring and practical.