With a shrinking biblical worldview in today’s cancel culture, there’s an increasing need for Christians to engage others with grace and truth. Natasha Crain outlines the four pillars of secularism that are pervasive in the culture and challenges the church to recommit to a biblical foundation so we can effectively reach hearts and minds for Christ. She clearly differentiates between the authority of self and the authority of God in issues of marriage, parenting, sexuality, equality, and justice, while pointing us to the Apostle Paul’s example in Scripture of how to engage with the culture. Natasha offers four important questions we should ask ourselves to determine our motives and approach to sharing truth with others.
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Natasha Crain is a speaker, author, blogger, and podcaster who equips Christians to think more clearly about holding to a biblical worldview in an increasingly challenging secular society. Her newest book is Faithfully Different: Regaining Biblical Clarity in a Secular Culture. She is also the author of three apologetics books for parents: Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side, Talking with Your Kids about God, and Talking with Your Kids about Jesus. Natasha is a frequent guest on radio and TV shows across the US and Canada. She has an MBA from UCLA and a certificate in Christian apologetics from Biola University. A former marketing executive and adjunct professor, Natasha lives in Southern California with her husband and three children. She writes at www.natashacrain.com.