ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.
Executive Director and Professor of Sociology and Christianity
New College Berkeley
This short book gives readers a coherent picture of the overarching biblical story and how the particulars of this story shape our lives today.
Similar to The Insect and the Buffalo but with a bit more depth this book unpacks how the Bible coheres as a larger narrative and how this narrative then effects how we live today.
Lesslie Newbigin’s classic work offers an in-depth exploration on the relation of the Gospel to the broader society and how this informs Christian engagement.
In this book Peterson argues that how we read the Bible is just as important as what we read. He also suggests what a healthy posture of Bible reading entails.