Christ and Culture

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Harper & Row, 1951 - Culture - 259 pages
The interrelation of Christ and society.

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Although this book is over 40 years old, Niebuhr's work remains just as relevant as it was then. The author presents 4 different perspectives of what a church may look like in engaging the culture in ... Read full review

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H. Richard Niebuhr's most famous work is Christ and Culture. It is often referenced in discussions and writings on a Christian's response to the world's culture. In the book, Niebuhr gives a history ... Read full review

Contents

The Enduring Problem
1
Christ Against Culture
41
The Christ of Culture
83
Copyright

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