This is the conclusion to my series, "Changing Culture: A Study in Cultural Engagement." Here, we come to our third and final example of cultural engagement: the early Christian church and its triumph over the pagan culture of Rome.
- November 05, 2010 |
There's home, and there's work, and then there are "third" places where community life and creative interaction occur. Sound like the Church? It could, and should.
- November 04, 2010 |
- November 03, 2010 |
The legalization of abortion did not emerge out of a vacuum nor did it appear as a sudden and unexpected contrast to established values. Roe v. Wade was the inevitable consequence of incremental cultural changes that began with the Enlightenment.
Like so many Christians of his day, Billy Sunday believed a great moral and religious victory had been won with Prohibition. He, and they, would be wrong.