As twenty-first-century Christians, we must relate to the world, but the question is, how do we relate to it? Some Christians are scared, others are simply bewildered, and still others capitulate to the spirit of the age.
In this book, Jeremy Walker presents the biblical perspective that Christians are pilgrims passing through this fallen world who must cultivate the spirit of holy separation alongside holy engagement as they serve Christ in all their interactions. Unless we embrace this identity, we will lose our way.
"'In the world, but not of the world.' We've all said it, and we've all heard it - many times. But what does it really mean? Avoiding the dangers of isolation, insulation, and inattention, Jeremy Walker provides a reliable and readable guide for the Christian pilgrim passing through this passing world."?
- David P. Murray, Professor of Practical Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
"... A timely reminder of who the Christian truly is."
- Michael A. G. Haykin, Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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