Christianity is changing in our culture, and Gabe Lyons wants you to know why and how.
Author of perhaps the most influential treatment of Christianity among the millennial generation, and host of the annual Q Conference, Gabe Lyons understands how young people and the culture at large view the Christian faith better than almost anyone.
In this must-hear interview, John Stonestreet seeks Gabe's perspective on why Christians have suffered from an increasingly negative public perception in the last few years, and how the Christian fixation with political activism, though productive in many ways, has damaged our witness. The next generation of believers, says Gabe, take a more holistic view of the Christian mission, one which embraces social, economic and political action.
Gabe also addresses how younger Christians, though often seen as repudiating the "Baby Boomer" emphasis on personal salvation, actually embrace a far older and more biblical vision of redemption--one which encompass not only individual souls, but bodies, institutions, communities and nature itself. In this way, he believes, today's Church has an opportunity to distance itself from the mistakes of the past while nourishing itself with the truths for which "church fathers for two millennia" have taught and fought.
Don't miss this challenging interview, and be sure to visit the Colson Center store to pick up your copy of Gabe's book, The Next Christians!
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