Living Christianly in a Post-Christian Culture

A Christian consensus could once be pretty much assumed for Western culture, even if many people didn't possess personal faith. That is no longer true. Christianity is today viewed as one of many spiritual options � and often with suspicion. How do followers of Christ respond in both word and deed?

Moderator: Andy Crouch, Culture Making (IVP), editor at Christianity Today

* Donald Miller, Blue Like Jazz (Nelson)
* Ruth Haley Barton, Sacred Rhythms (InterVarsity Press)
* Randy Frazee, Making Room for Life (Zondervan)
* Mary E. DeMuth, Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture (Harvest House)

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