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A Review of
Why the Future of the Church Is Rootedness
Daniel White, Jr.
Paperback: Cascade Books, 2015
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Reviewed by Jonathan Schindler
Subterranean: Why the Future of the Church Is Rootedness begins in an unexpected place. Author Dan White Jr. was offered “the opportunity of a lifetime to lead a successful megachurch” (p. xiii). White, however, was uneasy with this proposition and began exploring why that might be. He didn’t accept the position, and his loss is the reader’s gain: Subterranean catalogs White’s thoughts on the nature of the church and how to return to its, well, roots.