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Hostile Environment

eBook|Apr 2015
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"The only good Christian is a dead Christian." In our heated cultural environment, comments like this are increasingly common. Sometimes Christians are too quick to claim that they are being persecuted. But Christians aren't just being paranoid or alarmist. Anti-Christian...


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"The only good Christian is a dead Christian." In our heated cultural environment, comments like this are increasingly common. Sometimes Christians are too quick to claim that they are being persecuted. But Christians aren't just being paranoid or alarmist. Anti-Christian hostility is real. Sociologist George Yancey explores the phenomenon of Christianophobia, an intense animosity against Christians and the Christian faith. Among some circles, opposition to Christianity manifests much like other historic prejudices like anti-Semitism or racial discrimination. While Christianophobia in the United States does not typically rise to the violent levels of religious persecution in other parts of the world, Christians are often still treated in ways that perpetuate negative stereotypes and contribute to culture war acrimony. Yancey unpacks the underlying perspectives and root causes of Christianophobia, and he considers to what extent Christians have themselves contributed to anti-Christian hostility. At times, criticisms of Christians are justified, but Christians can confront untruths without capitulation. In this truthful yet hope-filled treatise, Yancey shows how Christians can respond more constructively, defusing tensions and working toward the common good.
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George Yancey

George Yancey (PhD, University of Texas) is professor of sociology at the University of North Texas, specializing in race/ethnicity, biracial families and anti-Christian bias. He is the author, coauthor or coeditor of books such as Compromising Scholarship: Religious and Political Bias in American Higher Education, Dehumanizing Christians: Cultural Competition in a Multiculltural World, There Is No God: Atheists in America, Beyond Black and White, Beyond Racial Gridlock and Just Don't Marry One. He is the founder of Reconciliation Consulting, helping churches and ministries develop and sustain

  • "the Only Good Christian Is A Dead Christian." In Our Heated Cultural Environment, Comments Like This Are Increasingly Common. Sometimes Christians Are Too Quick To Claim That They Are Being Persecuted. But Christians Aren't Just Being Paranoid Or Alarmist. Anti-christian Hostility Is Real. Sociologist George Yancey Explores The Phenomenon Of Christianophobia, An Intense Animosity Against Christians And The Christian Faith. Among Some Circles, Opposition To Christianity Manifests Much Like Other Historic Prejudices Like Anti-semitism Or Racial Discrimination. While Christianophobia In The United States Does Not Typically Rise To The Violent Levels Of Religious Persecution In Other Parts Of The World, Christians Are Often Still Treated In Ways That Perpetuate Negative Stereotypes And Contribute To Culture War Acrimony. Yancey Unpacks The Underlying Perspectives And Root Causes Of Christianophobia, And He Considers To What Extent Christians Have Themselves Contributed To Anti-christian Hostility. At Times, Criticisms Of Christians Are Justified, But Christians Can Confront Untruths Without Capitulation. In This Truthful Yet Hope-filled Treatise, Yancey Shows How Christians Can Respond More Constructively, Defusing Tensions And Working Toward The Common Good.

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