David Kern Mar 15, 2017

For part one of this dialogue please click here. This is part two. It’s been edited slightly for clarity and length. 

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David Kern Mar 13, 2017

According to Rod Dreher an end is nigh. A flood is coming in the form of a new secular Dark Age,  “There are people alive today,” he writes in his new book, The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation, “who may live to see the effective death of Christianity within our civilization.”  

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Jamie Cain Aug 18, 2015

In When Athens Met Jerusalem, John Mark Reynolds distills the challenge Christianity faced at the birth of Christendom, and notes the similarity to today’s environment. Now as then, Christians live in a time of great fluidity, and human beings (especially in the West) are floundering in the wake of modernism’s death and postmodernism’s lack of shape. Reynolds writes that we must follow the first Christians’ example to rediscover and reinvigorate a beautiful picture of the kingdom.

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