Today, we are living in a post-Christian and even anti- Christian society where the holiness of God is mocked, Christians are silenced, and the gospel is largely seen as irrelevant, even in many professedly “Christian” churches. Those of us who are disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ often find it difficult to find our bearings in this ever-changing world, let alone shine the light of Christ into the darkest recesses of the culture.
Thabiti Anyabwile, Robert Godfrey, Albert Mohler, Burk Parsons, and R.C. Sproul came together at Ligonier Ministries' 2010 Washington, D.C. Conference in an effort to help believers learn how to live out the implications of the gospel in this culture. “Being a Christian in a Post-Christian Culture” will provide sound teaching as to how Christians can recover a biblical understanding of the world around us and, consequently, how we can reform our lives and our spheres of influence.
Focusing on topics such as the Christian’s relationship to the culture, Christ’s promise of success to the church, the eclipse of God, the dangers of statism, and others, this event should be an exciting time to gather with Christians from across the country as we look at how we can be the salt in this flavorless world.