Culture, Power and Institutions

by Andy Crouch and Gabe Lyons

We hear a lot of discussion in the church about how we should be engaging culture. What are we talking about, when we talk about culture? I think the best way to think about cultures is not just one set...

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New Wine for New Wineskins: Highlights from Q Nashville

by Alissa Wilkinson

Before the first session on day 2 of Q Nashville even began, the joke was already circulating on Twitter: “Take a swig (of coffee) every time you hear the word ‘flourishing.’” It was a lighthearted way of pointing out the thread...

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The Whole Big Ecosystem of Culture

by Comment Magazine

All too often, students get involved in fellowship groups or other student ministries only for emotional encouragement. Of course we all need something like a pep talk now and then. But motivation is always toward something. Sheer enthusiasm for something...

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Disappearing Cultures

by TED

This video was originally published by TED in February 2013....

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The Paradox of Beauty

by Makoto Fujimura

Why should Christians care about culture? One reason is apparent: beauty is one of the most effective ways that God's love reaches an over-politicized postmodern culture. In this excerpt from his talk at Q New York, artist and thinker Makoto...

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