Christians and Public Culture in an Age of Ambivalence

Lawrence E. Adams

Analysis of public ills by both Christian and secular analysts generally yields three prescriptions: propagation of coherent "public philosophy," cultural impact and moral formation, and vigorous local community life. Examination of survey data, along with Scripture-informed reflection, indicates little has been achieved from the first two pursuits and that any hope lies in the third. Lawrence E. Adams is a research professor at the University of Virginia.

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