"Lies That Go Unchallenged: In Media and Government" by Charles Colson and James Stuart Bell

Thursday, 03 May 2007

Lies That Go Unchallenged, by its own description, is about the culture war between the cultural implications of Christianity and the cultural implications of secularism. Christians trying to wage a culture war often confuse politics for culture and moralism for the gospel. True, Christians believe in morality (while understanding that fallen human beings cannot keep the Law and so need the gospel of Christ). And, true, Christians, in their vocation as citizens, can indeed be politically active (while not confusing the kingdom of God with earthly kingdoms). Often Christians think they are fighting ...

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