Our culture changes at a constant and rapid pace, swaying in its beliefs on sexuality and spirituality. Author Rosaria Butterfield argues that the word of God is the answer to such swaying opinions and uses Scripture to illuminate 5 lies that our prevailing culture often promotes, including how being a spiritual person is kinder than being a biblical Christian, that feminism is good for the world and the church, and that transgenderism is normal and healthy.
Written in the style of a memoir, Rosaria shares personal stories interwoven with cultural studies, literary criticism, and theology. She explains that these lies are direct attacks on biblical womanhood and the Christian home, both of which are honorable and dignified. This culturally relevant book will help readers gain a clearer understanding of how the word of God is applicable to these critical cultural issues facing the church today.
Table of Contents
Introduction: 5 Lies of Our Anti-Christian Age (that I Once Believed)
Chapter 1: Lie #1: Sexual Orientation Is a True Category of Personhood Chapter 2: Lie #2: Being a Spiritual Person Is Kinder than Being a Biblical Christian Chapter 3: Lie #3: Feminism Is Good for the World and the Church Chapter 4: Lie #4: Transgenderism Is Normal Chapter 5: Lie #5: Modesty Is an Old-fashioned Burden which Serves Male Dominance and Holds Women Back
Afterword: The Difference Between Acceptance and Approval: People, Problems, Principles, and Practices