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Featuring: Jeremy Hunt, John Friberg, Jason Caywood, Ann Gillian Chu, Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk, Dr. Agnes Chiu, Mary Sayler, Rev. David Drum, and Dana Mahan.
Culture is the term which best captures the dynamics of human society as human beings grapple with the created world, seek to organize themselves, make sense of their place in reality and express their communal identity. In every generation God’s people have been challenged with the task of navigating through the assumptions of their culture. This requires them to critically evaluate the worldview they inherited from their ancestors in light of God’s word; and thus to think and behave in counter-cultural ways. The history of the Christian Church and of Christian missions is, in one sense, a treasure trove of tales demonstrating how God’s people have responded to human culture—with its moral and ethical norms, embedded social structures, religious/non-religious values, customs and political structures. In this volume of Resonance, we will explore this many-faceted topic and ask the questions “how does Christianity encounter and engage culture? How should it engage culture?”
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