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Much of the Christian worldview movement centers around response to critical issues in our culture. ColsonCenter.org and our sister sites address these issues in many ways. The following sections from the left column of our navigation bar will help to orient you on issues we are addressing.
A lot of secular academics, particularly those who view morality as relative, will tell us that we can't judge between cultures. Since what we consider "right" and "wrong" are culturally conditioned, these individuals argue, it is pointless for us to impose Western, Christian values on those cultures with different values.
|John Stonestreet encourages us to judge all cultures, especially our own, for their ability to curtail evil. He then offers a roadmap for rebuilding the institutions that once allowed America to catechize its citizens in doing the right thing. >>Watch now.
|In his most recent Talking Points, T. M. Moore dispels the biggest misconception about what culture is, and challenges us to engage the culture right in front of us. >>Read more.|
|In Thursday's BreakPoint commentary, Eric Metaxas praises one new piece of entertainment culture which Christians can and should celebrate. >>Read more|
|In Thursday's Point Commentary, John Stonestreet entertains a different perspective on how Christians should react to the withdrawal of Loue Giglio from the presidental inauguration, and how it relates to our cultural engagement. >>Read more.|
|John Stonestreet interviews Matt Bowman and Emily Hardman, two experts on the front line of the fight for religious liberty. >>Read more.|