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Culture Shift

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A map of today\u2019s cultural landscape, guiding Christians to communicate effectively with the postmodern world.


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A map of today\u2019s cultural landscape, guiding Christians to communicate effectively with the postmodern world.
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14 Chapters
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"This is a book that overflows with facts and figures, stories and illustrations, practical advice and challenge. Henderson gives his readers extensive help in this whole process. He names books to read, he describes ways to stay in touch with what is happening in the world around you, he offers biblical critiques of cultural elements, and he provides a punchy commentary on specific ways to preach and teach in light of these cultural realities. Culture Shift is a case study in cultural exegesis that will enrich the ministry of all who read it."--Richard V. Peace"This is the book we have been needing --preachers and lay persons alike. It speaks powerfully to the debate on how we can communicate Christ both with freshness and faithfulness. Readable and practical, it is packed full of insights into how we got where we are--thoughtful critique of our culture-- and practical suggestions. In itself it is a superb model of how to be sensitive to people without soft-pedaling truth. Read it and you'll quote it."--Leighton Ford"I hope every Christian reads this book. It is one of the most enlightening, practical books that I have ever read on communicating biblical truth to the people of this generation. Henderson provides a superb commentary on our popular culture, setting it in the context of the history of Western thought. What could be a stuffy read turns out to be anything but that. It is very engaging, very readable. You won't put it down once you get into it!"--Jim Peterson"David Henderson has captured with understanding the needs of the burgeoning generation of men and women who desperately need to hear about the Savior. Henderson writes with care and captures the essence of what is needed to touch the rising generation."--Scott M. Gibson"The right tool for the right job makes a world of difference. In the urgent and extraordinary challenge of communicating the Gospel today, David Henderson's Culture Shift is just such a resource."--Mark Labberton"This is a brilliant and necessary cultural insight for our watershed moment in history. With pastoral heart, David Henderson teaches us to artfully translate God's Word to our world's hunger."--Kelly Monroe (author of Finding God at Harvard)
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Prologue: Return To Sender<br>part 1&#9;gaining A Hearing<br>1. Walking The Narrow Ledge Of Relevance<br>2. Bringing Truth To Bear On Our World<br>part 2&#9;who We Are: <i>consumers<br></i>3. Manufacturing The Consumer<br>4. God's Word To A Discontented World<br>part 3&#9;who We Are: <i>spectators</i><br>5. Bringing The Spectator Into Focus<br>6. God's Word To A Distracted World<br>part 4&#9;who We Are: <i>self-absorbed Individuals</i><br>7. Isolating The Individual<br>8. God's Word To A Disconnected World<br>part 5&#9;how We Think: <i>beyond God</i><br>9. Shoving God Aside<br>10. God's Word To A World Alone<br>part 6&#9;how We Think: <i>beyond Right And Wrong</i><br>11. Pushing Past Right And Wrong<br>12. God's Word To A World Astray<br>part 7&#9;how We Think: <i>beyond Meaning And Purpose</i><br>13. Leaving Meaning Behind<br>14. God's Word To A World Adrift<br>epilogue: Bridging Heaven And Earth<br>appendix: The Human Dilemma