Joe Boot joins the team at Redeemer Broadcasting to introduce the work of the Ezra Institute, how our culture came to be overly reliant on self-described experts, and the program for a cultural return to faithfulness.
Samuel Sey introduces Black Liberation Theology and demonstrates that it is a form of the liberal social gospel that has risen to prominence in recent years hand in hand with prominent race-based movements like Black Lives Matter.
The early church experienced growth not through politics or church growth models, but by the grace of God, and produced the most free societies the world has ever seen. The gospel – not politics or planning – still has this power.
At ReformCon 2019, Joe Boot explains that without freedom to live as Christians in every area of society, engaging in culture becomes a moot point.
Pastor and apologist Joe Boot answers questions on confronting secular culture.
Joe Boot discusses Christian culture, institutions, and the Great Commission at Christian Concern headquarters.
We bring you the next chapter from Joe Boot's book Gospel Culture, reading about the death wish of modern man, alienated from God, the world, and himself.
Cultural theology is the discipline of understanding what God’s Word says about culture, and applying that understanding to those various cultural spheres. Cultural theology is an approach that aims to get to the root of all human activity by examining the god concept at work in a particular cultural sphere.
A consistently Christian worldview has almost vanished from culture and church in our time. Joe Boot demonstrates the importance of recovering a view of all things that centres on recognizing Christ as the religious foundation of all knowledge.
Joe Boot discusses a program for recovering a soup-to-nuts approach to thinking as a Christian in every area – not just about traditionally Christian things like devotions and apologetics. If the world belongs to Christ (and it does), then we have a responsibility to bring our thinking in line with His Word.