Best 5 Christian Books on Culture You Should Read First

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With so many Christian books on Culture, which are the best? These Christian books on Culture made it to our list of top books and we’ve compiled them to make it easy for you to find them. Please note that we did not write the descriptions ourselves (for our thoughts on books, check out our book reviews).

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1) Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling


Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling
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It is time for Christians to stand up and be culture makers, says Andy Crouch, author of Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling.

While navigating the dynamics of cultural change, probing the role and efficacy of our various cultural gestures and providing astute biblical exposition, Crouch shows that creating culture is critical to the whole scriptural narrative. He shows that ultimately, culture making is done in partnership with God’s own making and transforming of culture. This groundbreaking book is a rallying cry for a new generation of culturally creative Christians. Buy Culture Making today.


2) Created and Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture


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William Edgar – professor of apologetics and at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia – presents Created and Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture.  In this 2016 published book, Edgar skillfully argues that Christians must be engaged in the surrounding culture. He supports this theory with insights from many theologians, including T. S. Eliot, H. Richard Niebuhr, and C. S. Lewis.  This is an important book that addresses the false dichotomy of evangelism vs. cultural engagement.


3) Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work


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Can being succesful in business be seen as an act of workship (instead of self-interest) Tim Keller, pastor of New York’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church and the New York Times bestselling author of The Reason for God, believes so. Keller has taught and counseled people of all ages in the art of business for decades. Now he is writing about it.

With passion, Keller shows readers that biblical wisdom is absolutely relevant to our work lives today. He artfully illustrates that the Christian view of work (to serve others, not ourselves) can provide the basis of a successful professional and personal life. A must read, Every Good Endeavor shows how excellence in the workplace can help others and demonstrate worship.


4) Engaging God’s World: A Christian Vision of Faith, Learning, and Living



Engaging God’s World: A Christian Vision of Faith, Learning, and Living, by Cornelius Plantinga, approaches the topic of Christian education from a variety of angles in this clear and engaging book. The author shows that Christ-centered learning teaches people to see the world as God’s creation, develop good judgment and serve others. This book was published by Eerdmans Pub Co in 2002.


5) Abraham Kuyper: Lectures on Calvinism: Six Lectures from the Stone Foundation Lectures Delivered at Princeton University



Dutch theologian Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) was prime minister of the Netherlands and developed Neo-Calvinism.  His Lectures on Calvinism (sponsored by the Stone Foundation) were delivered at the Princeton Theological Seminary in 1898.  A century later, Kuyper’s words remain relevant.  This specific edition, published in 2009, has easy reading, sound arguments and Bible-based chapters.





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