The Center for Faith and Culture invites you to hear Ken Myers from Mars Hill Audio on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:00 pm in the Center for Faith and Culture Seminar Room (Patterson Hall 223).
On all fronts, public life in American society is becoming more hostile to Christian beliefs and practices. It is tempting to explain this purely in terms of political power. But what if our condition is the product of centuries of bad theology that fails to connect Creation and Redemption — nature and grace — adequately? In exploring the genealogy of the modern West’s misunderstandings about God and culture, Ken Myers argues that the public hostility to Christians is a logical working out of a radically privatized vision of Christianity common in modern theology and church life.
Mr. Myers will be lecturing on “A Worldless Faith, A Faithless World: How Dualistic Theology Promotes Secularization.”
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CFC Lecture with Ken Meyers | Tuesday | October 25 | 7:00pm | Patterson 223