From the Back Cover
ìRex Rogers brings some sense to senseless ëin-fightingí among Christians and helps readers relate their faith to scholarship and service in a changing world.î-Robert C. Andringa, president, Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
ìThis book will help believers develop a Christian worldview, understand and rejoice in the grace and responsible freedom that is given by the spirit, and respond wisely to the times and seasons in which they find themselves.î-David S. Dockery, president, Union University
Despite the call to be salt and light to the world, many Christians are hiding out in our churches, afraid to face the problems that our ever-changing culture presents. We donít like what we see out there and are uncertain about the future.
Rex Rogers demonstrates that to overcome this ìcrisis of confidence,î Christians must develop a biblical worldview, which means applying our faith to an understanding of the times and the world in which we live. We must grant fellow Christians the liberty to choose differing positions on what are essentially nonmoral issues. Only then can we move beyond isolationism, judgmentalism, and petty bickering and have an effective witness in the world.
Rex Rogers is president of Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary. Rex M. Rogers has been president of Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary since 1991. He is the author of Seducing America: Is Gambling a Good Bet? and lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with his family.