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WHI-927 | Re-Thinking Christ & Culture

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Some Christians retreat from secular culture while others attempt to influence or govern it. Which approach is more Biblical, the Amish approach or that of Constantine? That's the topic for this edition of the White Horse Inn, and joining the program for this discussion is Dr. Craig Carter, author of Re-thinking Christ & Culture: A Post-Christendom Perspective.

Some Christians retreat from secular culture while others attempt to influence or govern it. Which approach is more Biblical, the Amish approach or that of Constantine? That's the topic for this edition of the White Horse Inn, and joining the program for this discussion is Dr. Craig Carter, author of Re-thinking Christ & Culture: A Post-Christendom Perspective.




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