Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Living in a Post-Christian Culture

I was skimming through Doug Le Blanc's article on "Living in a Post-Christian Culture" in Moody Monthly today. It's quite an interesting read. Doug suggests that many church members affirm certain beliefs on Sunday, but do not carry those beliefs into their everyday lives. Christians should “take the time to become sensitised to the different opportunities around us.” He thinks that our priorities should be to examine our own lifestyles, reach the unreached and to be culturally relevant.

What do you think of his assertions?

3 comments:

Susan said...

"many church members affirm certain beliefs on Sunday, but do not carry those beliefs into their everyday lives" I think this is the bigger concern. How do we get Christians to believe what they believe?

Susan said...

How is your Mum now?

Kitty Cheng said...

thanks susan for caring. My mum did a CT scan the other day, and will have to do a colonoscopy and see a specialist in September 4. She seems to be ok now, but the GP said that fainint was probably due to nerve impuse issue.