Christ and Culture

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Harper and Row, 1951 - Culture - 259 pages
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User Review  - Tyson Guthrie - Goodreads

Christ and Culture is a typological approach to the question of Christ and culture. As such, it is liable to the usual sins of typology--oversimplification and misrepresentation. Niebuhr is aware of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeremy - Goodreads

Mark Driscoll has three categories of Christian engagement of culture (receive, reject, redeem), and Brian Godawa has written about cultural gluttons vs. cultural anorexics. Both men, consciously or ... Read full review

Contents

The Enduring Problem
1
Christ Against Culture
45
The Christ of Culture
83
Copyright

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