The West is increasingly described as “post-Christian.” But is that label accurate? Are contemporary people leaving Christianity behind completely? Or are they adopting some of its values while rejecting others? What’s the origin story for the “post-Christianity” we’re seeing in 21st-century Western culture? How does this story help us understand the rapid cultural changes we’ve seen in recent years? And what do evangelism, mission, and discipleship look like in a post-Christian world?
Glen Scrivener and Andrew Wilson have both written books about this topic recently (The Air We Breathe and Remaking the World), and they both serve churches in southern England. In this eight-episode podcast from The Keller Center for Cultural Apologetics, they consider how we got here, what it means, and how to respond. Their discussion topics range from sexuality, psychology, and economics to identity, theology, hospitality, and art. Also featuring special guests Kyle Harper, Carl Trueman, and Rebecca McLaughlin, Post-Christianity? is a thought-provoking and hopeful take on contemporary culture—starting October 25, 2023.
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