Citizens and Exiles: Christians, the Church, and Culture | Scott Aniol


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Conservative Christians have long been charged with being too critical of culture, too separated, and too uninvolved in cultural engagement. In contrast to what many evangelicals considered the “Christ Against Culture” posture of conservative Christians, the dominant perspective that has emerged and even come to be described by Russell Moore as “evangelical consensus” is cultural transformationalism, often described as Neo-Kuyperianism or Neo-Calvinism. Although this perspective has characterized different traditions and has taken a variety of forms, several key underlying theological ideas remain consistent.

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