Making a Difference: Impacting Culture and Society As a ChristianR.C. SproulBaker Books / 2019 / Trade Paperback$12.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Mar5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent book.March 13, 2020MarQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is an excellent tool that addresses so many of our cultural issues and how history has influenced them. I was surprised as a conservative reformed Christian how so many of these secular views have actually influenced how I process and deal with certain issues. Also great thinking questions at the end of each chapter that will take a discussion far beyond the quick little 'yes and no' responses. A great go to book for difficult discussions and how to address them properly as a God fearing, humble Christian. True to his style - R.C. Sproul does not disappoint!
Jacob WilsonAge: 25-34Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5A step into the Future, from a Voice of the PastMarch 22, 2019Jacob WilsonAge: 25-34Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5RC Sproul is quintessential in the conversation of Christianity and culture. Many Christians are beholden to their faith, yet feel ill-equipped to represent their worldview amidst a rapidly changing culture, driven by the major philosophies of secularism, existentialism, humanism, pragmatism, etc.
"Some missionaries go to Africaothers travel to the Orient or to Europe. Every missionary goes somewhere. We all have a mission field, if only our own neighborhood or office building. Every corner of the world is a mission field. There are no boundaries in this world beyond which Christian witness is out of bounds."
One of the things I love about RC Sproul, is that even though this book was originally published 33 years ago, the teaching and principles are as true today as they were then. His exegetical precision and cultural foresight combines into a work of timeless truth on engaging culture. Reading through a section on Sproul's take on relativism and abortions only points to Sproul's staying power in Christian ethics.
"As Christians, we are to be concerned about three qualities: the good, the true, and the beautiful. These three are virtues that touch the very heart of Christianity. It is a triad of values, each of which points beyond itself to the character of God. We are concerned about goodness because God is Good. We care about truth because God is Truth. We care about beauty because God is Beautiful."
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