Christ and Culture Revisited

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Apollos, 2008 - Christianity and culture - 243 pages
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In Christ and Culture Revisited, D. A. Carson begins by exploring the H. Richard Niebuhr's classic typology, with its five options for understanding culture. He proposes that these disparate options are in reality one still larger vision. Using the Bible's own story line and the categories of biblical theology, he attempts to work out what that unifying vision is. Carson acknowledges the helpfulness of Niebuhr's grid and other similar approaches, but warns against giving them canonical force.More than just theoretical, Christ and Culture Revisited is also designed to help Christians untangle current debates about living in the world.

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Very good coverage of the material and insightful in many ways, but the style is very dry. Read full review

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While I think highly of Carson, and I have read some of his other books, I never got to finish this book. I know that some might see it as heresy to say anything bad about someone like Carson, I felt ... Read full review


The Impact of Biblical Theology
Refining Culture and Redefining Postmodernism
Secularism Democracy Freedom and Power

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D. A. Carson (PhD, University of Cambridge) is research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He is the author or coauthor of over 50 books, including the Gold Medallion Award-winning book The Gagging of God and An Introduction to the New Testament. He is general editor of Telling the Truth: Evangelizing Postmoderns and Worship by the Book. He has served as a pastor and is an active guest lecturer in church and academic settings around the world.

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