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Tuesday, January 17, 2006 

How The Kingdom Comes

This fall, CT will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special issue and some gala events. But with this issue, we are beginning a series of essays that will prod Christians toward doing good for God's kingdom. We have asked a variety of Christian leaders to answer a key question about our relationship to our cultural context: "How can we be a counterculture for the common good?"

The first response to this question is offered by theologian Michael S. Horton of Westminster Seminary California. Eleven more responses will follow throughout 2006, with additional responses appearing in sister publications Leadership and Books & Culture. In 2007 and 2008, we'll repeat the process with questions on the church's mission and its understanding of the gospel.


The article can be read here.

(HT: KC -> JT)

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