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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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I’m reading a great book called Faith and Culture by Kelly Monroe Kullberg and Lael Arrington. It’s sort of a devotional but I am reading it as a collection of essays by some really great thinkers in all realms of faith and culture. One of the essays I read this morning had a short quote from Os Guinness that I found really thought provoking on the subject of call. I share it here in hopes of getting your feedback. Guinness writes:

Calling is a “yes” to God that carries a “no” to the chaos of modern demands.

Are you able to unplug from the world in order to abide in the true vine?

I eagerly await your feedback.