Bryan Fraser: Winning a Generation Without the Law - Essentials of the Gospel for a Postmodern Culture
Winning a Generation Without the Law
Essentials of the Gospel for a Postmodern Culture
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Apostolic Christianity recognized the importance of communicating the gospel to two radically different cultures: those under the law and those without the law. Up until forty years ago, Western civilization was a culture under the law: a world that accepted the premise of a Lawgiver outside of creation who decrees absolute truth and an unchanging morality. But even though that society disappeared a generation ago, Christianity’s presentation of a timeless gospel has failed to adjust to today’s postmodern mindset. Winning a Generation Without the Law examines ten battles Christianity continues to regard as integral to its gospel message, but which needlessly bring the law to bear on a culture that will not tolerate it. Here is a plea for Christians to once again become wise as serpents and harmless as doves as they proclaim Christ in a 21st-century world without boundaries.
Bryan Fraser is a professional forester and has previously served as a pastor, youth pastor and police chaplain. He presently ministers among the Haida First Nation in coastal British Columbia. He holds the Master of Christian Studies and Master of Divinity degrees from Regent College.