Perhaps the biggest challenge for believers today is maintaining their unique Christian identity in the midst of an increasingly secular-and non-identity oriented-culture. Christians are free to participate in culture, but they are not allowed to obscure their identities while they do it. In this book, Jason Stellman argues that in order to accomplish this goal, "being in the world but not of it" Christians need to learn to understand their lives from the future, or from an identity that is rooted in the eternal, not the temporal. Like the saints of old, modern Christians are no less strangers or exiles living in a world that is not their own.
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