Culture Shift

by R. Albert Mohler     |     Book Summary


Author: R. Albert Mohler
Publisher: Multnomah
Date: 2008
Pages: 160

Book Summary of Culture Shift by R. Albert Mohler


The early part of the twenty-first century is an age of unprecedented cultural transformation. Change is taking place all around us, and that change is taking place at breakneck speed.

Mass media is virtually inescapable with the advent of the smartphone. The entertainment industry is constantly challenging social and moral norms. Scientific discoveries leave us questioning what we once thought was settled science. Politicians are constantly embracing new ideas and demonizing those who reject these ideas. 

In the midst of such a massive cultural transformation, what does it look like to faithfully follow Jesus? How should Christians think about the pressing moral issues of our time? More importantly, how can Christians take a stand for the gospel in an age of skepticism and relativism?

In response to these questions, R. Albert Mohler presents a clear, steady, convictional voice. In Culture Shift, Mohler skillfully applies the unchanging truths of the Christian worldview to the most pressing cultural issues of our time.





Culture Shift

by R. Albert Mohler

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Book Summary of Culture Shift by R. Albert Mohler

AuthorR. Albert Mohler
PublisherMultnomah
Date2008
Pages160


Overview:

The early part of the twenty-first century is an age of unprecedented cultural transformation. Change is taking place all around us, and that change is taking place at breakneck speed.

Mass media is virtually inescapable with the advent of the smartphone. The entertainment industry is constantly challenging social and moral norms. Scientific discoveries leave us questioning what we once thought was settled science. Politicians are constantly embracing new ideas and demonizing those who reject these ideas. 

In the midst of such a massive cultural transformation, what does it look like to faithfully follow Jesus? How should Christians think about the pressing moral issues of our time? More importantly, how can Christians take a stand for the gospel in an age of skepticism and relativism?

In response to these questions, R. Albert Mohler presents a clear, steady, convictional voice. In Culture Shift, Mohler skillfully applies the unchanging truths of the Christian worldview to the most pressing cultural issues of our time.