Book Review: Faith and Culture by Kelly Monroe Kullberg and Lael Arrington

Posted: March 5, 2018 in books
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If you are a person of faith who lives in the culture, read this book.
If you are not a person of faith who lives in the culture, read this book.
If you are a person who is unsure about faith, but lives in the culture, read this book.
and if you are a person who is diametrically opposed to faith but who lives in the culture, read this book.

What can I say? This is a phenomenal book. It’s formatted as a devotional, a reading a day for 15 weeks, with an essay each day from some of the greatest thinkers in the arts, academia and the sciences, writing on matters of faith and culture. I chose to read more quickly. These writings are some of the most thought provoking things I have ever read on either topic, and I read a lot on faith and culture. This is a book I will reference often in various aspects of my life and work. Given the level of scholarship behind many of these essays, the book is surprisingly easy to read and comprehend. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Read this book

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  1. Thanks Dave! I read a little more about the book on Amazon and just ordered it. It sounds like a really good read! I think it will help me a lot with the relationships I’m working on and with Redeemer’s Heart (which is coming along very well….the Holy Spirit continues to faithfully place people and circumstances in my path. God is so GOOD! 🙂

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