What do you believe about culture? Perhaps you’ve never paused to think deeply about this question. But Dr. Bruce Riley Ashford, Provost of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, says, “What you believe about culture will shape everything you do.”
In other words, what you believe about culture impacts how you live, work, worship and even communicate the gospel. So this issue matters for every Christian, from the pulpit to the pew.
Intersect wants to help you think well about culture — so we’re giving away Dr. Ashford’s new e-book, A Pocket Guide to Christianity and Culture, for free.
In this FREE e-book (compliments of LifeWay’s WORDsearch) you get you a framework for understanding what culture is — and the tools to engage it with the gospel.
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About the Author
Dr. Bruce Riley Ashford is Provost and Dean of the Faculty at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he also serves as Professor of Theology and Culture.
He is the co-author of One Nation Under God: A Christian Hope for American Politics, and the author of Every Square Inch: An Introduction to Cultural Engagement for Christians and The Theology and Practice of Mission: God, the Church, and the Nations.
What Is Intersect?
Intersect exists to educate you to engage the intersection of faith, culture, work and economics so you can equip others and be empowered to glorify God in all your life.
To accomplish this mission, Intersect seeks to
- Educate you about how faith intersects with culture, work and economics.
Learn from Southeastern’s faculty and other reputable speakers through our free classes, daily blogs, videos, books and special events.
- Equip you to educate others.
The information you learn is designed to be shared – with your church, your family and your neighbors.
- Empower you to make a difference.
Ultimately, Intersect is about changing lives. We want you to apply these lessons to your everyday life so you can glorify God and fulfill the Great Commission in how you work, live and play.