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Christian Theology For a Secular Society

eBook|Jan 2008
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"It's hard to be the only one." That single sentence from a teenage congregant sums up the conviction that motivated Christian Theology for a Secular Society.In these dying days of Christendom, the reality that most Western Christians face is living...


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"It's hard to be the only one." That single sentence from a teenage congregant sums up the conviction that motivated Christian Theology for a Secular Society.In these dying days of Christendom, the reality that most Western Christians face is living out their faith as a minority in the midst of a culture that is at every level--personal, institutional, and societal--secular in nature. While most living in Western societies still affirm belief in God and often other vaguely recognizable Christian beliefs, these affirmations frequently have little to do with how daily life is lived. The idea that the God best known to us in Jesus Christ is actually in charge of life is foreign. For most, Christianity simply does not form an overarching system of meaning that shapes life. Instead, life is lived largely without reference to God. And to live any other way is often "hard." In this volume, Mark McKim sets out to "do" theology in this context. How does one explain the core historic Christian doctrines in a way that makes sense in a secular culture--and in a way that will gain a hearing? What does it mean to be the church in this new situation? Throughout, McKim asks the question, so what? as he relates Christian teachings to a secular society and to what is actually happening in the local church. McKim's goal is to enable the singing of the Lord's song in the new and strange land of a secular society.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 474240
  • Product Code 9781498276429
  • ISBN 1498276423
  • EAN 9781498276429
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
  • Publication Date Jan 2008
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 2.17 MB (EPUB)

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