Christianity That Counts: Being a Christian in a Non-Christian World

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The Christianity that counts is an aware faith that confronts the world with the lordship of Christ, according to these essays on contextualizing faith in Western culture.
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The Christianity that counts is an aware faith that confronts the world with the lordship of Christ, according to these essays on contextualizing faith in Western culture.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780801038686
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 11/28/1994
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 7
Pt. 1 Christian Truth Today: Foundations
1 The Christian Mind 13
2 Creeds, Slogans, and Full-Orbed Orthodoxy 21
3 The Meaning of Life: No Joke 25
4 Misology in the Pulpit 30
5 Hebrew History in the Ancient World 38
Pt. 2 Christian Character
6 Humility: The Heart of Righteousness 55
7 Apologetics, Truth, and Humility 63
8 The Renewed Mind and Its Enemies 66
9 Information and Wisdom 69
10 Putting Worship in the Worship Service 72
Pt. 3 Culture on Trial
11 Christianity: Lifestyle or Salvation? 87
12 Confronting the Challenge of Ethical Relativism 93
13 The Smorgasbord Mentality 97
14 The Quest for Revelation 102
15 Where Do We Go from Here? A Pro-Life Call to Arms 106
16 Religion, the State, and Endowing the Arts 117
17 Sports and American Character 123
18 The War after the War: Reflections on the Gulf War 126
19 Ancient Assistance Against the New Age 132
20 Beyond the Perfect Compost Pile 136
21 The Shamanized Jesus 141
22 Myth and the Power of Joseph Campbell 150
23 Al Gore in the Balance 163
Pt. 4 Evangelism
24 Gurdjieff 179
25 New Age Christmas 183
26 Reincarnation or Resurrection? 185
27 New Age, New Life 189
Books for a Christian Mind: An Annotated Bibliography
Notes
Index
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