A must–read for any Christian who not only wants to better understand the issues but also wants to know how to respond in a constructive and Christ–like manner.
Martin Salter, Lead Pastor, Grace Community Church, Bedford, UK and Author, ‘So Loved: 26 Words That Can Change Your Life’
… tackles some of the most contentious issues of our time with wisdom, sensitivity and humility. … It is vital for a church caught in the crosswinds of cultural change to develop language and hone wisdom to understand the times.
Damilola Makinde, Advocacy Engagement Lead, Evangelical Alliance
Ben Chang has done us all a service in this clear and simple introduction to one of the most powerful trends in West at the moment. … Only in the gospel of Jesus Christ – shared in word and deed – can the true identity, justice and hopes of the West be found.
Stephen Nichols, Vicar, All Saints Church, Lindfield
… challenging, succinct, insightful and practical – a vital resource in equipping Christians to think differently about engaging in contemporary cultures.
Abigail Maguire, Head of Undergraduate Studies, Moorlands College, Sopley, UK
It is so important in our generation to see those around us not as the enemy, but as our mission. Every pastor and thoughtful Christian will be helped by this book.
Grant Retief, Rector, Christ Church Stellenbosch, South Africa
… will greatly help us fulfil the Great Commission to our generation.
Rico Tice, Author and Founder of Christianity Explored Ministries
Informed and informative, readable and engaging, this book is a handbook for those who not only want to understand the world around us, but are striving for a more effective missional engagement with it.
Chris Wright, Langham Partnership and author of ‘The Mission of God’s People’
Ben has produced a bold, insightful and supremely practical primer that will be read by young people’s and youth group leaders, students, pastors and evangelists – indeed, anybody – with a heart to bring the light of Christ to a darkening age.
Glynn Harrison, Retired Psychiatrist, Former Professor of Psychiatry and author, ‘A Better Story: God, Sex and Human Flourishing’
Ben carefully upacks the origins and evolution of the social justice movements and how they are shaping the cultural landscape in the global west. He looks at how Christians are responding. But, more importantly, he points to how we might tell a better story of redemption and liberation.