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Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Conclusion)

This post is a part of the series I’m doing on A Theology of Cultural Engagement. Check out all the other posts on VOCATION, RESTORATION, CREATION, and CROSS-BEARING. — Growing up as a senior pastor’s oldest son I’ve seen the style of local churches change. It would not surprise anyone to here me say I […]


Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Cross-Bearing)

This post is a part of the series I’m doing on A Theology of Cultural Engagement. Today’s post will focus on the role of cross-bearing in cultural integration. — The last key area Christ leads us into cultural engagement is through cross-bearing. This is in reference to Jesus’ teaching to his disciples in Luke 9 […]


Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Creation)

This post is a part of the series I’m doing on A Theology of Cultural Engagement. Today’s post will focus on the role of creation in cultural integration. — Christians have long been known to condemn culture when it does not reflect their beliefs and values system. Jerry Falwell didn’t like Teletubbies, Terry Jones didn’t […]


Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Restoration)

This post is a part of the series I’m doing on A Theology of Cultural Engagement. Today’s post will focus on the role of restoration in cultural integration. — Spend any time analyzing the world we live in today and it becomes so apparent we live in a broken and hurting world. People are amazingly […]


Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Vocation)

This post is a part of the series I’m doing on A Theology of Cultural Engagement. Today’s post will focus on the role of vocation (working) in cultural integration. — I sense that in today’s churches many view pastoral leadership as the pinnacle of Christ following. I like how Steve Bishop put it in a […]


Category: seminary

A Theology of Cultural Engagement (Part One)

Christianity has a PR problem. There is no disputing this fact. Talk to most any person who would not call themselves Christian and they would say Christians are most known for being hypocritical, judgmental, overly political, and insensitive. In today’s world perception is reality, and whether those negative words reflect all churches or people we […]


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