Can the West be converted? This question was asked in 1985 by Lesslie Newbigin, a retired missionary who had spent almost forty years in India. Although many would not consider Newbigin an Evangelical, his insights into the challenges …Read more
There is no such person as an “unbeliever.” There are no “non-religious” people. Though many may claim the contrary, though many may protest such a designation, all people everywhere as living, thinking, feeling and acting persons are persons of faith …Read more
What time is it in our culture? The moderns say it’s a time of great human achievement. Science and technology have ushered in an era of great progress. And they’re right, in many ways. Postmoderns, however, say …Read more
Some seventy years before Michael Goheen and Craig Bartholomew wrote Living at the Crossroads: An Introduction to Christian Worldview, the poet and culture critic T. S. Eliot could see the complexities and challenges of living in a modern …Read more
What’s in a worldview? We all have one. We all live by one. Worldviews move the world. Yet many Christians are unaware of this useful concept and how it can help us sort through the challenges …Read more
Is another reformation possible? The West—Europe and North America—has for some time been aptly described as post-Christian. Can there be a rebirth of vision and mission that will substantially impact the West with the Gospel?
Focusing more …Read more