How can Christians offer grace, freedom, and truth in this current cultural moment? In this episode of Post-Christianity?, Glen Scrivener and Andrew Wilson get practical.

If their books are correct in diagnosing the 21st-century West as post-Christian, what effect can this have on our approach to everyday evangelism, preaching, and parenting? Scrivener and Wilson return to the observation that it’s refreshing to be able to say to people “Here’s why you’re right” rather than “Here’s why you’re wrong.”

They tease out the unique challenges of our current context and the need for Christians to offer countercatechesis. Scrivener shares examples of fruitful conversations he’s had with friends and strangers, and Wilson reflects on how to engage with casual visitors in our churches—people who might not call themselves Christians but who are recognizing the radical and foundational nature of biblical teaching.


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