An update of the classic book that signaled the seriousness of Evangelical Protestantism's engagement in translating the Gospel in all the world's cultures.
Christianity in Culture celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with a new edition that includes updated themes and added reflections on themes that have emerged since the book's initial publication in 1979. This book takes on squarely the task of helping both outsiders and insiders understand the hidden language of culture and learning how culture affects a people's appropriation of the person and message of Jesus Christ.
Long a staple in evangelical seminaries, Kraft's work has a deep understanding of anthropology and its impact on Christian witness. This book helps you identify cultural baggage that stifles the gospel and interpret any culture you're in---in order to mold others into disciples.