Feasting in a Fast-Food World

Monday, 13 Jul 2009

Who is Jesus? Your substitutionary sacrifice for sin, and your robe of righteousness and immortality. What is his kingdom-and thus the mission statement of the church? The forgiveness of sins. A kingdom of grace now, a kingdom of glory at the end.
According to Eric Schlosser's book Fast-Food Nation, only a generation ago in the United States three-quarters of its food expenses was spent on home-cooked meals, while today half is spent on restaurants-and mostly fast-food chains. This transformation has been referred to as "the McDonaldization of America." And it's now an essential part of what Francis Fukayama calls "the global cliché culture." Nearly everything in our lives today can be reduced to a commodity, and every important goal can be set aside for immediate ...

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