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When it comes to Christianity's interface with culture, Christians usually fall into two camps; those who embrace the culture without impressing the reality of Christ onto it and those who avoid culture, sometimes to the point of denying its power. But when Christians affect the culture for the cause of Christ true societal change can occur. John Stackhouse, Jr., by examining the contributions to both society and the Church made by C.S. Lewis, Reinhold Niebuhr and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, illustrates what can be done when both the sacred and the secular inform each other on non-foundational levels.
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