This is part one of a new series entitled Christ and Culture. Four men participate in an engaging discussion on the relationship of Christ to culture. Bill Dennison, Darryl Hart, Doug Wilson and Nelson Kloosterman each speak from their unique perspectives.
This project is an asynchronous debate in the vein of the Four Views on… books published by InterVarsity Press. We recorded each participant independently over the course of three rounds – swapping recordings to the other participants between each round.
This series of programs strays from the typical Christ the Center format. The listener should be aware that this is a debate and should not be seen as an endorsement for any particular speaker. Please be advised that future episodes each participant will criticize the other views.
In the first round, we asked a series of questions under the following headings.
- Fine Arts, Etc.
- Theological Undercurrents
- Common Grace
- Natural Law
This introductory episode includes each participant’s opening and closing comments. The entire series is conveniently grouped under one page.
Books and other media from the participants
- Paul’s Two-Age Construction and Apologetics
- The Young Bultmann: Context for His Understanding of God, 1884-1925
- A Secular Faith: Why Christianity Favors the Separation of Church and State
- Defending the Faith: J. Gresham Machen and the Crisis of Conservative Protestant
- Deconstructing Evangelicalism: Conservative Protestantism in the Age of Billy Graham
- The Ten Commandments: Manual for the Christian Life by Joachim Douma (Kloosterman trans.)
- Collision: Is Christianity Good for the World?: Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas Wilson
- Five Cities that Ruled the World: How Jerusalem, Athens, Rome, London, and New York Shaped Global History
- The Deluded Atheist: A Response to Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion
Participants: Bill Dennison, Camden Bucey, Darryl G. Hart, Doug Wilson, Nelson Kloosterman
Christ the Center focuses on Reformed Christian theology. In each episode a group of informed panelists discusses important issues in order to encourage critical thinking and a better understanding of Reformed doctrine with a view toward godly living. Browse more episodes from this program or subscribe to the podcast feed.