The post-Christian world we inhabit today presents us with a mundane and disenchanted view of reality. Under the sway of materialism and science, we have been left with a way of seeing, thinking, and living that has no place for beauty and wonder. We now live in a world bereft of magic and mystery.
Many—including many Christians—no longer perceive the world in its proper light. As a result, the Christian imagination is muted. Moreover, the church has grown anti-intellectual and sensate, out of touch with the relevancy of Jesus and how to relate the gospel to all aspects of contemporary life. As a result, the Christian voice is muted. In this age Christian wholeness remains elusive, blunting the church's ability to present a winsome and compelling witness for faith. As a result, the Christian conscience is muted.
—deeply beautiful, mysterious, and sacred.
With creative insights,
by Charles M. Sheldon
by Paul M. Sutter
by Paul M. Miller
by Paul M. Barrett
by Paul M. Sammon
by Wm. Paul Young
by Alan Roxburgh, M. Scott Boren
by Jeffrey Seif, Glenn Blank, Paul Wilbur
by Jim Henderson, Matt Casper, Wm. Paul Young
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