The Church in a Post-Christian Culture

Wednesday, 01 Nov 2017

While few will argue that Christendom was a glorious era of gospel proclamation and liberation from pagan superstition, it did have its occasional advantages—most notably the right (or the obligation) to worship without fear of molestation by either man or state. The Christian narrative of redemptive history was generally accepted as a rational position, rather than an opiate for the masses, and membership in a church was a prerequisite for participation in society, not a hindrance to it. The world has changed greatly over the ensuing centuries—for better and for worse—and Christians must now think carefully ...

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