John Stonestreet: Role Of Christianity In Culture

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TALK #3 (3) John Stonestreet. Summary.
In this talk, John Stonestreet engages his audience regarding the role of Christianity in culture and explains the form in which Christians are to act within the negative spiral of decaying morals and evil in our midst. Stonestreet showcases examples from history (White Rose Society and Bonheoffer) to illustrate Christian responsibility towards cultural engagement and to avoid isolationism. Christians ought to avoid escaping reality. Unlike Buddhism, Hinduism, and other worldviews, Christianity is not a religion of isolation but one in which the eternal Logos engages humans becoming one of us (John 1:1,14). We should do no less. Christians ought not to isolate from the world but neither accommodate evil.
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