Thus there has always being - even if imperfectly - church-state divisions within Christendom.
The Conclusion, though short, ties all the themes and discussions together with his central thesis, alluded to throughout the book.
I do recommend this book as a very challenging read, forcing one to think deeply about philosophy, culture, and the Bible.
Pros: Carson covers some very cloudy issues of our time. In his assessment of several views about Christ and the Culture, Carson covers dome common misapplication a of the Bible... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael T. Longson
I was about a month into the class before I got the book. Other than that, the book is good.Published 9 months ago by Kate
Christ and Culture Revisited is rigorous and academic, dealing with complex philosophies and cultural analysis across a wide spectrum. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. T. Kleven
D. A. Carson is one of the more brilliant minds writing from the theological right. Measured, considered, thoughtful - he always manages to bring a fine point to things that seem... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jeffrey M. Horner
Outstanding analysis of current Western Christian culture with a sane balanced perspective. Even if you disagree with his theology, I think you'd appreciate his perspective.Published 12 months ago by cshoe
At times the word choice is too casual and feels akward. I think the author might be trying to make the book more appealing to a wider audience. Read morePublished 16 months ago by JMK
As we can expect from D.A. Carson, this book is very thorough and detailed in his critique and analysis of the classical work by R.Niebuhr. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Watch fan
The book arrived just on time and in the condition promised. Very nice, my dad was very appreciative! I would use these sellers again!Published on January 12, 2011 by Bethany from the Chi