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October 07, 2005



Does "Christian" culture count as one of those fallen cultures?


Christians are to act as redemptive agents within all aspects of culture, simultaneously loving and refusing all that each culture/economy/family/political system has to offer.

I love that thought, for far too long, through the churches narrow mindedness...we have made the Gospel into nothing more than saving individuals. The mind of Christ envisions a redemption that blows our minds. The new creation is about redeeming political structures, the environment, the balance of global wealth and resources, social justice and racial and language barriers. This is the "BIG ", gospel picture.


resonates deep.


Bill, most definitely -- powers are powers, in or outside the church...

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