Monthly Archives: February 2016

Moore on Gospel and Culture

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, recently published a book entitled, Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel. If you don’t have “time” to read the book, consider these two … Continue reading

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Cross the “Painline”

In the opening chapter of his book, Honest Evangelism, Rico Tice discusses two themes, hostility and hunger. On hostility he writes: There may not be persecution, but we’re in a culture of growing hostility to Christianity. It’s not just apathy … Continue reading

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“Extravagant Expectations”

In 1962, American historian, Daniel Boorstin published what would become an enduring cultural analysis. His book, The Image, now over 50 years old, examined American culture in the beginnings of a technological revolution.  In his introduction Boorstin wrote: …we suffer … Continue reading

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How Should We Respond?

As we began our study of Ecclesiastes on Sunday we saw that the Preacher provides a gut-level honest assessment of life after Genesis 3. He proclaims that all of our work (toil) to gain anything under the sun post-fall is … Continue reading

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