Is it possible for a Christian to be relevant in the 21st century in the United States of America? If religion is simply a personal choice that individuals can practice as they wish in their home or church, but cannot be expressed in relation to the issues of the day, how can it really be meaningful? How can a book that is at least 2000 years old have any bearing today? So many in America identify themselves as Christians, so why does Christianity seem to mean so little? In, Not Of tackles all these questions and more by addressing the existence of God, the legitimacy of the Christian religion, what it really means to be a Christian and how Biblical principles answer contemporary culture's questions on topics like government, the environment and love.In, Not Of is a lighthouse on the shore of a sea of competing ideas, beckoning those in search of true meaning and direction of safety. The lighthouse is built on the foundation of the confidence in the existence of God. In a concise and thought-provoking first three chapters that pulls a preponderance of apologetic material to bear, the cogency of the Biblical Christian position is established. Next, the topic of what it means to be a Christian is addressed. Based on Biblical principles and the powerful writings of a Christian martyr, a challenge is issued to all who make a claim to Christianity. Finally, topics of current interest are discussed from a Biblical Christian position that will both encourage and challenge believer and non-believer alike.Whether a rigorous apologetic for the Biblical Christian worldview, a challenging theological perspective on the true meaning of Christianity, or an insightful critique of contemporary culture and the Christian counter-perspective, In, Not Of is a must-read and will surely provide meaningful commentary over a range of topics.