May 22, 2013 |
Inside Out 63: Blurring The Lines?
The blurring of the lines between Christianity and culture is a conversation worth having. No doubt these are challenging and interesting times in which we live here in the United States. Buzz words like globalization and pluralism are tossed around like a “hot potato” at a third grade birthday party. What’s at stake here for followers of Jesus? The conversation is much too big for just one podcast. Maybe this will be the first of many.
From a Christian church in the U.S. allowing its Muslim neighbors to use their sanctuary for worship to the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s effort to bring the world’s religions together to battle global poverty and other challenges... this is the stuff of headlines.
Alex McFarland is a defender of the Christian faith who is also a part of The Strategy Room on Fox News. He’s often called on to take these developing stories and place them in a biblical, evangelical Christian context. His ministry is doing some great work. I caught up with him after a Fox News appearance in New York City and his comments are worth pondering.