As Christians, the story of Scripture and the person of Jesus shape the whole of who we are. Still, we often experience tensions within our culture that provide alternate answers to this question. We are told we must choose who we want to be rather than receive our identity as a gift given by God. This session discusses some of the ways our culture shapes us and why this so often leads to a crisis of identity.
In modern culture, the idols of money, sex, and success provide false promises of fulfillment and happiness. Through a deep look at specific biblical stories, Tim Keller reminds us that only in God are our hearts faithfully formed and true happiness found.
This book offers an excellent introduction into some of the competing narratives within western culture and how Christians can recognize and live differently amidst these alternative stories.
With an apologetic aim, this worldview survey introduces and critiques the many competing stories of the modern world.
This book offers a thorough analysis of secular society’s underlying worldview and how Christians living in this society are often tempted towards practical atheism–living as if God doesn’t matter.