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By Dennis Greeson

Finding Our Cultural Place in the Story of History – Part 3 of 3

Editor’s note: This post is part 3 of 3 in a Primer on Cultural Engagement. Read part 1 here and part 2 here. When we think about cultural engagement, often the first thing we set our minds to is developing strategies for what types of cultural activities we should or should not be involved in. …

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A New Great Awakening

America is caught up in a new great awakening. Students of Christian history in America will recall the revivals that swept the nation, leading to repentance and renewed spiritual fervor in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Ours is a similar revival, touching all of society. Scores of people confess their sins daily, renounce the ways …

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What Went Wrong in Afghanistan, and What Hope Is There?

Kabul has fallen. We have all seen the heartbreaking images on the news or social media. Behind the chaos and panic of recent days in Afghanistan’s capital hangs a deep despair. The images coming out of Afghanistan now sharply contrast with the early pictures of hope 20 years ago, when American commandos and Afghan militia …

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Abraham Kuyper’s and Klaas Schilder’s Visions of Culture

“Kuyperians were pluralists before pluralism was cool,” writes James K. A. Smith.[1] Indeed, neo-Calvinists in the tradition of Abraham Kuyper (1837–1920) display a marked fondness for stressing the possibility and imperative of shared cultural labor between Christians and non-Christians in society. Christians can work alongside non-Christians to create God-glorifying artifacts of culture, such as art or music, …

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