Study Your City

Let’s say you’re in this boat too: being convinced by Scripture and convicted by the Holy Spirit to step out, deeply burdened to see lost people in your neighborhood, bars, coffee shops, gyms, grocery stores, and schools meet Jesus. This means you have to think like a missionary—a mindset that requires both studying the culture you find yourself in, as well as engaging with it.

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The Death of the 10am Sunday Service

Gathering together on Sunday morning and then scattering out into the world the rest of the week is easy to do in a society that leaves Sunday alone. But we don’t live in that world anymore. We can respond to the change with guilt trips and increased separation from the community we live in, or we can make a few adjustments.


Mapping Modern Theology

So then, what is unique about this volume? As Kapic notes, most textbooks on modern theology “are primarily arranged chronologically and/or around particular theologians or movements” (p. ix). While such approaches are of great value, they tend not to overtly explore the impact of modernity upon specific theological topics. This is precisely the gap that this work intends to fill.