For those who want to love God with their hearts and minds, editors Kelly Monroe Kullberg and Lael Arrington weave together both inspiration and illumination throughout this collection of daily readings. Faith and Culture: A Guide to a Culture Shaped...
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For those who want to love God with their hearts and minds, editors Kelly Monroe Kullberg and Lael Arrington weave together both inspiration and illumination throughout this collection of daily readings. Faith and Culture: A Guide to a Culture Shaped by Faith translates the ideas of today's Christian thought leaders, delivering them in accessible portions that fit into anyone's busy schedule. Each chapter interacts with one of seven recurring themes: the Bible and theology, literature, history, contemporary culture, the arts, science and math, and philosophy. Along the way, Kullberg and Arrington explore significant ideas, people, and events from a distinctly Christian worldview. Some of the readings in this book include: Thee Secret Gospels (the Bible and theology), Slavery (history), A Response to God's Beauty (art), Globalization (contemporary culture), and more Each day spent with this illuminating guide will inspire readers to wonder at the genius, power, and beauty of Jesus.
Lael Arrington, with a master's degree in the history of ideas and aesthetics from the University of Texas at Dallas, has authored three books, Godsight (Crossway Books, 2005), Pilgrims Progress Today (NavPress 2002), and Worldproofing Your Kids (Crossway Books, 1997), and taught Western thought and culture at secular and Christian colleges. She cohosts The Things That Matter Most, a unique radio talk show that probes faith, meaning, and purpose "what we believe and why we believe it" with guests as diverse as atheist Sam Harris and evangelist Luis Palau.
Lael has contributed writings and stories to numerous other books, among them, What Weve Learned So Far (Cook, 2004) she has also been featured in Focus on the Family and World magazines, and she has appeared on many national radio and television programs, including Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey, HomeLife, and Janet Parshall's America.. Her latest venture was to compile a devotional book for University students with Kelly Monroe Kullberg, A Faith and Culture Devotional (Zondervan, 2008).
Kelly Monroe Kullberg is the founder and director of project development of The Veritas Forum, the author of Finding God Beyond Harvard: The Quest for Veritas, the editor of Finding God at Harvard: Spiritual Journeys of Thinking Christians, and an associate with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.