Culture v. Culture

One of the more important Christian works of the 20th century was H. Richard Niebuhr‘s “Christ and Culture.”  This book has sparked dialogue and is often revisited by theologians who take the principles outlined and attempt to modernize or (at the very least) apply them to our age.  In the end, we recognize the tension that exists between that which is holy and that which is… well, everything from “secular” to decidedly “unholy.”

So, what happens when secular culture faces a dilemma of one of its gods set against culture?

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