When we speak of post-Christendom, we conclude that the church no longer occupies a central place of social and cultural hegemony, and Western civilization no longer considers itself to be formally or officially Christian.
- March 17, 2008 |
- March 07, 2008 |
Belief in God. Sigmund Freud called it a childish fantasy. Richard Dawkins is fond to say that God is just one more imaginary being he adds to the list alongside woodland fairies and fire-breathing dragons. Contrary to the things of fantasy and fancy, God is not silent.
- March 03, 2008 |
- February 25, 2008 |
This appears to be a growing sentiment among many younger Christians in America today. They love Jesus but they want little to do with His Church.
If the "culture war" has been lost, and I believe it has, then the whole of the Church's approach to our post-Christian culture must necessarily change.
- February 11, 2008 |