Gospel & Culture blog
Below is the answer I give in my newest book God's Image and Global Cultures:
 See Scarborough Enough Is Enough; Starnes God Less America.
 See B. Carson America the Beautiful; Gingrich Rediscovering God in America.
 See Hedges American Fascists; Rudin The Baptizing of America; Whitten The Myth of Christian America.
 I asked five acquaintances who each had more than 2000 “friends” on Facebook to post the survey on their “wall.” Respondents answered a survey on SurveyMonkey.
 Tocqueville, Democracy in America.
 Gingrich and Gingrich. “A City upon a Hill.”
 Asmus and Grudem. The Poverty of Nations.
Globalization matters for Christians. In my newest book, God's Image and Global Cultures, I talk about a number of ways Christians must respond to the increased interconnectedness in the global marketplace. Below is an excerpt:
 B. Barber, "Jihad vs. McWorld."
 Veseth, Globaloney, 68.
 Pearse, Why the Rest Hates the West, 17.
There's a lot of talk about changing the world- and that involves changing culture. But is that desirable, or even possible? I deal with this in my newest book God's Image and Global Cultures.
You'd think that it's easy for Christians to evaluate features of other cultures-- simply use the Bible, right? I deal with this question in my most recent book, God's Image and Global Cultures:
Kenneth Nehrbass, Ph.D.
Professor at Biola University, Author, Pastor