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Our friends at Ligonier Ministries are coming to Seattle. Make plans to be there for 2 days of top-tier Bible teaching. Save when you register early, and while you’re at it, enter below for a chance to win a Bible study prize pack that includes a MacBook Air, Logos 5 Gold, eight Vyrso books, and two tickets to Ligonier Ministries’ West Coast conference.

Dr. R. C. Sproul founded what is now Ligonier Ministries in 1971. Ever since, it has stood as a pillar of Reformed theology, influencing many ministry leaders throughout its over 40 years. Though the ministry has long been centered in Sproul’s native Ligonier Valley, in recent days the teaching ministry has ventured out of Pennsylvania to conferences all over the world. From June 6–7, Sproul and his son, R. C. Sproul Jr., will join Albert Mohler, Stephen Meyer, and Steven Lawson in Seattle for two days packed with timely instruction. Sessions like “War of the Worldviews” and “Sexual Devolution” are sure to raise some of the most important questions of our time.

You should be there. Register on Ligonier Ministries’ website to secure your spot today. While you’re at it, enter for your chance to win two free tickets to the West Coast conference, plus a MacBook Air preloaded with Logos 5 Gold.

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  1. That is a question that none of us truly know the answer to…except to quote a word from God's Holy Word: "Beulah Land."

  2. That is a question that none of us truly know the answer to…except to quote a word from God's Holy Word: "Beulah Land."

    • Gramsings says:

      I’m with you Daniel, in fact I am thinking about singing just that.
      I’m truly kind of homesick for a country, which I’ve never been.
      NO sad goodbye’s will there be spoken, for time won’t matter anymore.

      When our faith is turned to site. WoW won’t that be great.

  3. A post-Christian world is one in which Christianity is no longer the dominant civil religion, post-Christianity is the decline of Christianity.

  4. A post Christian world looks like the His Kingdom has finally come and sin is no longer! Glory to the King of Kings…perhaps perfection come to fruition!

  5. Jessiya Burns says:

    Post christian world is one where every person does what seems right in their heart and since we are by nature a self seeking people who only do evil compared to a Holy God, we live without Christ as a culture.

  6. MacBook and Logos 5! Awesome!!!

  7. Lee Lancaster says:

    What does a post-Christian world look like? Look around. There it is. Looks just like the one we're in. A faithful remnant is all that remains. Even most Christians are that in name only. Be faithful. "Be sober, be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking some one to devour." God bless you. Peace be with you.

  8. Great competition – a pity your followers in other parts of the world can't participate!

  9. Elliot Robles says:

    What does a post-Christian world look like?
    I think a post Christian world would be more like one that expected during the time of the antichrist. True that today's world can't be a called a Christian but the beauty of it it's that much is being done to reach out to people and twice as much need to be done if we truly desire to honor God by full filling our mission and teach the gospel to continue Jesús calling of good news and salvation, thru his sacrifice on the cross for us and his resurrection, that we proclaim until his return.

  10. Jake Persall says:

    We're living in one now.

  11. We are in a post-Christian world now, we need to pray to get Christianity back into the world and daily living. Everyone needs Christ in their lives. We are all sinners, and sin is rampant, we all need Christ in our lives to fight against sin

  12. I like this from the Message bible :
    4 No more will anyone call you Rejected,
    and your country will no more be called Ruined.
    You’ll be called Hephzibah (My Delight),
    and your land Beulah (Married),
    Because GOD delights in you
    and your land will be like a wedding celebration.

    Eugene H. Peterson, The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language (Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2005), Is 62:4.

  13. What does a post-Christian world look like? It is one in which the general population does not share the same general Christian values

  14. Cynthia Joel says:

    I'm curious about Reformed theology!?

  15. A post Christian world looks like a world completely ignoring God.

  16. Christopher M Johnson says:

    As the name suggest a post Christian world can be kind of a misnomer… Since Christ has come and he is building His Kingdom through His followers. This is a question of culture really meaning a post-Christian era would be a culture void of Christianity being be the majority religion. This may not be a bad thing because Jesus can work without the muck of cultural Christianity versus true Kingdom work.

  17. Christopher M Johnson says:

    As the name suggest a post Christian world can be kind of a misnomer… Since Christ has come and he is building His Kingdom through His followers. This is a question of culture really meaning a post-Christian era would be a culture void of Christianity being be the majority religion. This may not be a bad thing because Jesus can work without the muck of cultural Christianity versus true Kingdom work.

  18. Christopher M Johnson says:

    As the name suggest a post Christian world can be kind of a misnomer… Since Christ has come and he is building His Kingdom through His followers. This is a question of culture really meaning a post-Christian era would be a culture void of Christianity being be the majority religion. This may not be a bad thing because Jesus can work without the muck of cultural Christianity versus true Kingdom work.

  19. Christopher M Johnson says:

    As the name suggest a post Christian world can be kind of a misnomer… Since Christ has come and he is building His Kingdom through His followers. This is a question of culture really meaning a post-Christian era would be a culture void of Christianity being be the majority religion. This may not be a bad thing because Jesus can work without the muck of cultural Christianity versus true Kingdom work.

  20. A lot like what we have now!

  21. In many respects, it’s the one we’re living in!

  22. It would look like it does now – Christians are facing persecution from all sides, and the government that vowed to protect our freedom to practice our faith is making it difficult to do. However, it's also a time when Christians themselves are forgetting their first love. However, since we are Christians because of Christ and he will one day return for eternity – there really can be no such thing.

  23. chaotic because there would be a lack of order and morals

  24. I believe a post-Christian world is one where Christianity is no longer a respected way of life; where other doctrines and beliefs, especially those that don't worry a person's conscious, are the way.

  25. I believe a post-Christian world is one where Christianity is no longer a respected way of life; where other doctrines and beliefs, especially those that don't worry a person's conscious, are the way.

  26. It looks a lot like what the United States is now.

  27. It looks a lot like what the United States is now.

  28. It looks a lot like what the United States is now.

  29. It looks a lot like what the United States is now.

  30. "It is a society rooted in the history, culture, and practices of Christianity but in which the religious beliefs of Christianity have been either rejected or, worse, forgotten."

  31. "It is a society rooted in the history, culture, and practices of Christianity but in which the religious beliefs of Christianity have been either rejected or, worse, forgotten."

  32. Donna Schwarz says:

    That would be where we are now.

  33. Donna Schwarz says:

    That would be where we are now.

  34. Grace Meyer Boter says:

    I will wait upon The Lord.

  35. Grace Meyer Boter says:

    I will wait upon The Lord ,

  36. A Post-Christian world would be an extremely sad sight. To quote a scene in the Movie "God's Not Dead"; Without God (a Post-Christian World), there would be no basis for morality, crime would be rampant, there would be no distinguishing what is right and wrong. A Post-Christian world is extremely frightening!

  37. Miranda Propst says:

    A post-Christian world looks like a world within which the Christian life is seen both as boring and unintelligent, despite the many contributions of Christians in said society over the past 200 years.

  38. Miranda Propst says:

    A post-Christian world looks like a world within which the Christian life is seen both as boring and unintelligent, despite the many contributions of Christians in said society over the past 200 years.

  39. Jack Ahrndt says:

    Peace hereafter.That thought alone is what I seek. No more pain, no more suffering, no more sickness or dying.

  40. Rick Bellavance says:

    hmmmm.

  41. In a post-Christian world people assume to have already figured Jesus out, whether they know him or not.

  42. That phrase is confusing because for this world to be a post-Christian world, it would have had to have been a Christian world in the first place. I question whether Christianity ever really took hold in the world, otherwise love would have been our history instead of hate. Slavery wouldn’t have been an issue. The slaughter of Native Americans to steal their land wouldn’t have been an issue. And the sad thing is that both of those things were done in the name of God and Christianity.
    I don’t think we live in a post-Christian world. I think we live in a world that has never seen Christianity lived out the way it should be.

  43. Zach Milstead says:

    A post-Christian world is one in which the general public does not know and often is unaware of the tenets of Christian.

  44. Post Christian…. Jesus is the same yesterday and forever… Wait… He is the same TODAY too. That's right TODAY is the day of salvation. Post christian…

  45. Wow… that’s a heavy question. I envision that it would look more like the Kingdom of God where believers would truly reign in the earth as a reflection of Jesus Christ. Unity and oneness would therefore be a premium.

  46. Chris Trombatore says:

    We live in a post-Christian world. There is a general consensus in the world today where there is no absolute truth, where good is relative, and where Christianity is obsolete. The few faithful that remain true to the fellowship of Jesus are left with the task of still making Him known to all the people in all the world.

  47. A post-Christian is one truth is objective and acts out whatever actions or words he/she sees as right in their own minds.

  48. A post-Christian is one truth is objective and acts out whatever actions or words he/she sees as right in their own minds.

  49. Sue Germain says:

    Post Christian world looks like right where we are headed. Jesus can come anytime now. I'll keep praying for all of us

  50. James Vas Dias says:

    a post-Christian world looks like one that follows God and His word. Many would argue that a post christian world is anti-God, but this seems more like a pre Christian world than post. If we are thinking about anything following Christianity, it would have to be life change.

  51. Jonah Dioquino says:

    ‘Post Christian’ to me is a generation full of apostasy and mockery of Christ and the gospel.
    Jude 1:18-19 “In the last time there will be scoffers, following their own ungodly passions.” It is these who cause divisions, worldly people, devoid of the Spirit.” Scoffers’ only goal would be to enjoy life in every evil way possible. They do no live by God’s laws but follow their evil desires.

  52. Amber B. says:

    A post Christian world looks like the world does today with so much hatred, war, crime, etc. that happens every day.

  53. Joe Chun says:

    A “Post Christian” description is a very subjective and relative term. There have been more non-Christians in the world than Christian at any time period we could describe as “Christian”. I suppose the only “Post Christian” idea I can think of would be heaven where there will be no need to declare allegiances.

  54. Joyce G. says:

    Post Christian world is what we are experiencing right now. We need God back as the CENTER of our lives.

  55. Andy Fuqua says:

    A post-Christian world looks very much like a pre-Christian world. Just look at the Middle East.

  56. Andy Fuqua says:

    A post-Christian world looks very much like a pre-Christian world. Just look at the Middle East.

  57. Lee got it right.

  58. A Post-Christian world: It's really the abandonment of Christ at the center of moral principles. It's not characterized by its sin (though there is plenty of it) as much it is by its foundation on anything that looks like, smells like, appears like truth, but in the end, it's not truth. In a way, Post-Christian could be worse than any other period, as many will be under the illusion that a good moral compass is the guide we follow, and it's not.

  59. An empty crazy time. Sadness.

  60. An empty crazy time. Sadness.

  61. Craig Barnett says:

    There is no such thing as a post-Christian world. There will always be Christians. They may not be the dominant voice in politics or culture, but there will always be a remnant.

  62. A world full of love.

  63. Much like New Testament

  64. I think it might look like Sharia Law….

  65. Casey in San Diego says:

    Where the dominant cultural heritage and themes have moved away from Christianity. I actually don’t think we are there yet but moving in that direction.

  66. The post christian world is a world in which we as humans do that which is right in our own eyes, the same attitude and lifestyle that got Israel in trouble so many times. We live in a new age world that further distances us from God the father.

  67. Eugene Garcia says:

    What does a post-Christian world look like? Sad. Dark. Lonely. Devoid of hope and a future.

  68. Post Christian world looks like Revelation coming to life…we will be persecuted for our faith. I need to be willing to let go of all and take up my cross and follow him.

  69. Terri Giordano Brown says:

    It looks like what the world already looks like. Lack of faith in the world, increase in secular humanism, increased persecution of people of faith….decline in morality….

  70. What does a post-Christian world look like? In my opinion we are approaching a post -Christian world right now. Our Heavenly Father’s name holds no value. The Christian “religion” is viewed as a hypocritical group of people telling others what they should and shouldn’t do. If we are honest we will all admit that we are hypocritical, but not all Christians are trying to be judgmental. A post-Christian world would be simply following what we believed to be right , or just having good morals, and Jesus Christ would be taken out of the picture. Praise God He is coming back before this total abandonment.

  71. Daniel Eichelberger says:

    It looks like a world with no trust in Scripture and no belief in truth.

  72. People who think Christianity is outdated.

  73. People who think Christianity is outdated.

  74. A post-Christian world will be a darker world, but one all the better suited for Christianity to shine back into in profound and undeniable ways.

  75. Chris Ryan says:

    A post Christian looks like a liver of the Word along with a bold and concerned depraved person who loves the hell out of people (literally).

  76. A post-Christian world pretty much looks like the world we are currently living in – Americas, Europe, England, etc… Dark and sad… Haters of Christians and Israel… Pretty much what Jesus said, “The love of many will wax (grow) cold.” And, as Paul told Timothy:

    2 Tim 3:2-7
    2 For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, 4 treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, 5 having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power. Avoid such people. 6 For among them are those who creep into households and capture weak women, burdened with sins and led astray by various passions, 7 always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth.
    ESV

  77. Jonathan Wheeler says:

    desolate

  78. Post-Christian world: would look like the days of Noah, and the days of the judges – everyone doing what is right in his own eyes.

  79. The Romans who crucified Jesus thought they created a "post Christian World" only to discover that there really is no such thing. Jesus is always present even when people try to marginalize His significance. He still changes lives and will be coming back soon. Maranatha!

  80. A post-Christian world… Not exactly sure what that means. I don’t think I would really want to live in it. (If that is what we are living in today… well, I don’t really “like” the world we live in today, either! Only meaning we could love each other a lot more, and that I do look toward the New World.)

  81. Faith Blum says:

    A Post-Christian world looks like chaos, a mess, and totally evil.

  82. Faith Blum says:

    A Post-Christian world looks like chaos, a mess, and totally evil.

  83. Joy Denise Frazer says:

    It looks like the world Isaiah spoke out in when he cried "oh my people, women rule over you and children oppress you…Those who lead you cause you to go astray."

  84. Josh Beck says:

    I would say one where Christianity doesn’t exist. The one we live in is just like it has always been. The parable of the Narrow and Wide Gates has been a part of human history since the Fall of Man.

  85. dr. james willingham says:

    The post Christian era is but the darkest hour before the dawn of the greatest era in Christian History, namely, a thousand generations of converts, including every soul on earth plus all of those on quadrillions of planets in the next 20,000-900,000 years, depending on the length of a generation. All of this to fulfill the prophecies/promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (you know: the seed as innumerable as the stars of heaven and the sand by the seashorte). The same repeated to David (Jer.33:22) as well as the successes forecast in Dan.2 (the stone becomes a great mountain and fills the whole earth), the earth being full of His knowledge and glory (Isa.11:9;Hab.2:14 along with Ps.72:19), and etc. (etc. meaning check the listings of the promises in Jonathan Edwards’ Humble Attempt which inspired William Carey and others to pray, pleading those promises, for the spread of the Gospel in other countries, with the result of the Great Century of Missions or the Modern Missionary Movement as we know it. We also have many who have been praying for such a visitation for well over a century, beginning at least with Mr. Spurgeon (cf. his devotions for the Evenings of Aug.6 (?) and Dec. 24), D. Martyn Lloyd Jones, and others. We might well have tapped into the zero point power along with nanotechnology and unlimited supplies of energy and etc. If they are already writing about tapping a wave to ride faster than the speed of light in technical journals (cf. Internet for sources), you must realize that thing are getting ready to happen that were never considered. O yes, a read John Owen’s Death of Death and note the worlds of converts of whch he mentions obliquely. And we really must consider the innumberable company of the redeemed in Rev.7:9, etc.

  86. Jeanne Raupp Sapp says:

    Like a world where the default worldview isn't Christian, but where the struggles of the Church strengthen and embolden it to reach the world with the gospel.

  87. Natalie Chan says:

    I'm not sure if that is the right question to be asking. We want to make disciples of all nations, so our job as Christians is not to be in a post-Christian world but one filled with followers of Christ.

  88. …there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth but I won't be here to see it because I will either be caught up in the air or will rise when the last trumpet sounds.

  89. Summer Atkinson says:

    Today is the best answer and the best example.

  90. What does a post Christian world look like? If you mean post Christian America, we are there now. If you mean the world without Christians, then it will be a glorious time for Believers and Judgement for non-believers. But I think what is meant by post-christian world, is a world with no Christian influence. That would be a world without hope.

  91. What does a post Christian world look like? If you mean post Christian America, we are there now. If you mean the world without Christians, then it will be a glorious time for Believers and Judgement for non-believers. But I think what is meant by post-christian world, is a world with no Christian influence. That would be a world without hope.

  92. it Looks like USA, or EUROPE

  93. Tuck Burger says:

    Death

  94. Tuck Burger says:

    Death

  95. A world full of peace and love.

  96. Kirsten Henry says:

    A post Christian world would be a world without morals, without love, and driven by greed and fleshly desires. There would be no hope. It would be a dark and desolate place full of worry and strife.

  97. Joel Kersey says:

    A post-Christian world is one that allows our faith to be tested on a deeper level among the majority of people who did not agree with us.

  98. Were in it.

  99. It looks very sad and dark. A city on a hill with no light or salt is lost.

  100. It looks very sad and dark. A city on a hill with no light or salt is lost.

  101. Jonathan Ruud says:

    What would a post-Christian world look like?
    A hopeless and devoid world that only meets a instant need but with no long term satisfaction.

  102. The “post-Christian” world that is characterized by a secular value system, which tells us “all truth is relative and all forms of faith are a way to get to heaven. Freedom of choice is right and true. If it is your choice and it is good for you, it is all ok. It will get very hard to live the christian life according to the scriptures as we get closer and closer to the return of Christ.

  103. I don't think it's the right question when He shall reign forever and ever. King of Kings and Lord of Lords!!!

  104. wherein false oppositions gain disproportionate rhetorical effect rather than their useful discursive place (religion/secular, faith/reason, spiritual/political)… and religion is seen as an option among options for the atomic free individual, or a ideology among ideologies for the herd-conformist communitarian-traditionalist, or the power among powers for the machievleian. Witness in this world includes reclaiming the oppositional language for its proper discursive role and rejecting its disproportionate rheotoric, while clarifying a coherent way of talking about God, relation to the world, history, and society

  105. wherein false oppositions gain disproportionate rhetorical effect rather than their useful discursive place (religion/secular, faith/reason, spiritual/political)… and religion is seen as an option among options for the atomic free individual, or a ideology among ideologies for the herd-conformist communitarian-traditionalist, or the power among powers for the machievleian. Witness in this world includes reclaiming the oppositional language for its proper discursive role and rejecting its disproportionate rheotoric, while clarifying a coherent way of talking about God, relation to the world, history, and society

  106. wherein false oppositions gain disproportionate rhetorical effect rather than their useful discursive place (religion/secular, faith/reason, spiritual/political)… and religion is seen as an option among options for the atomic free individual, or a ideology among ideologies for the herd-conformist communitarian-traditionalist, or the power among powers for the machievleian. Witness in this world includes reclaiming the oppositional language for its proper discursive role and rejecting its disproportionate rheotoric, while clarifying a coherent way of talking about God, relation to the world, history, and society

  107. wherein false oppositions gain disproportionate rhetorical effect rather than their useful discursive place (religion/secular, faith/reason, spiritual/political)… and religion is seen as an option among options for the atomic free individual, or a ideology among ideologies for the herd-conformist communitarian-traditionalist, or the power among powers for the machievleian. Witness in this world includes reclaiming the oppositional language for its proper discursive role and rejecting its disproportionate rheotoric, while clarifying a coherent way of talking about God, relation to the world, history, and society

  108. Isaac Fineman says:

    It's utter futility.

  109. Isaac Fineman says:

    It's utter futility.

  110. Isaac Fineman says:

    It's utter futility.

  111. Isaac Fineman says:

    It's utter futility.

  112. It's hard to say what a post-Christian world would look like. My initial thought is a world that is on the verge of receiving final judgment. And in that sense, a post-Christian world could be seen as a pre-Kingdom world as well.

  113. A post-Christian world looks like what is described in apocalyptic literature in the Bible. False prophets, global persecution, immorality, wide rejection of Christ, these are all signs of a post-Christian world.

  114. No one pretends in a post-Christian world. Nominal Christianity simply does not exist. The church, while numerically smaller, is decidedly more committed to the cause of Christ.

  115. Mark vivian says:

    It’s a world that’s in chaos; everyone does what’s right in their own eyes. Order is undone and the creature is ruled by the creation.

  116. Anonymous says:

    What does a post-Christian world look like? One where there is much darkness, sinful ways, and a lack of Christian values/ideas for moral living.

  117. Chris Hohnholz says:

    A post-Christian world is one where we see every form of pagan thinking is fully embraced while declaring the wisdom of God is seen as the vilest form of thinking.

  118. What does a post-Christian world look like? A world with no redemption from sins and man's depravity becomes fully realized and worshiped. No hope only darkness,

  119. Simply put a post-Christian world would look like despair, because a "post-Christian" world would be "past the point of Christians/Christ". Therefore, there would be no love or grace or hope for the world if there were no Christians. Not a good idea, me thinks.

  120. Brittany Stites says:

    Post-Christianity: When God is very present but nobody will admit that he is the Creator, while believing they themselves are their only god.

  121. Aaron Reger says:

    A “post-christian” world is the world God rains His Holy fire on from the book of Revelation. He will return when the whole world has rejected him (so any day now).

  122. Peace and love

  123. Depends on perspective. post_Christian could be seen as the time when christian priciples are not the dominate guiding force in society. But there have been many times thruoghout the A.D. period where this has been true. post_Christian could also refer to a time of persecution, which it may seem we are entering (but nothing like it has been in some past time periods of persecution). But think on what a world would look like if truly post_Christian… when christianity is removed from the earth. Sodom? when only sin reigns…man untempered by the spirit. Fallen depravity. Scary.

  124. Jack Hughes says:

    Without hope

  125. Jeremy Oglesby says:

    A post-Christian world would not look too terribly different from what we consider the “Christian” world of the Medieval period – saturated with sin. Christians have been persecuted in all ages of world history, and I don’t anticipate that will change remarkably in this post-Christian age.

  126. What does a post-Christian world look like? It looks like a great opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ (no patronizing intended.) Every generation and era has presented distinctive challenges to those honored to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ. Didn't Paul suggest to Titus that the adverse conditions, that were so undeniable that the Cretian poets acknowledged the same, were the reasons why he, Titus, was sent to Crete by Paul? Hmmm! There has never been a time when the gospel was received without controversy, conflict and even some contempt. Yet we are reminded over and over again in the scriptures of the sufficiency of Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit and the unwavering desire of God that none should perish. So, while I am not ignorant of nor in any way dismissing the critical challenge of a post-Christian, post-modernity world, I choose, instead, to remind myself of what the triumphant Christ looks like. I see that Christ impaled on the cruel cross of Calvary for the post-Christian world inhabitants, the Christian world inhabitants and all peoples who lived, are living or shall live in whatever world. I see the scriptures stating that if Jesus is lifted up, that Jesus will draw all men unto him. I am willing to acknowledge that the all is all without distinction rather than all without exception. Nevertheless, the all includes not yet saved people of a post-Christian world too. I see members of that world receiving Jesus as savior and Lord. This is the Lord's doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes.

  127. Jim Eagon says:

    Perhaps a post Christian world looks much like the New Testament and early church world did…Things are definitely going to change for us. But the opportunities are just as ripe as ever…

  128. Michelle L. says:

    A post-Christian world is basically what we are living in. It is a world where true Christianity is no longer the main religion. It is a world where Christianity has been watered down or changed due to blending with the world and traditions of man. The Christian values have been blended in a way that has some correct aspects and some incorrect aspects that it has taken from the pagan & idolatrous customs/ people that were/are around it. Even upon going into the Promise Land God told them to destroy everyone or they would be a snare. This blending in my opinion is the snare He was talking about. The values and precepts now represent a combination of several religions or may consist of no other religion and is only what someone believes, feels or created without a Biblical basis. An example is in the Bible Jesus keeps the Biblical feasts like Passover and follows the clean food laws. Many today say He did away with these, with His death on the cross. If He truly did away with them (& other things), why did His disciples continue to follow the dietary laws (Lev. 11) and continue to keep the Biblical Feasts (Lev. 23)? If He did away with it they would have known and been the first to abandon what they have done with Him for years. The Bible never says or shows they did turn from these ways and so therefore it is not done away with. So in effect a post-Christian world is one that has turned from God to the ways of the world.

  129. Anonymous says:

    Sinless

  130. Ross Johnston says:

    A post Christian world is one in which the Judaeo-Christian faith is no longer the common foundation to the majority of society and Judaeo-Christian values no longer guide the behavior of the majority of people nor are the primary influence on its culture.

  131. Post-Christian world…If I understand this correctly I would say the most accurate description would be what the Bible gives us concerning after the rapture. Or maybe what's taking place today in our society, especially as it relates to morality and how people treat people; though many claim christianity today (I understand we are in no place to judge), but actions place a question mark at the end of the profession…….Moral decay & increased selfishness.

  132. Mike Chapman says:

    One where most people (who weren't raised in church) don't really know who Jesus was or why He was significant, and have little or no idea what the Bible actually says, and where there is little direct or even indirect broad influence of the church upon society as a whole.

  133. A post-Christian world is as hostile to the word of the cross as always [1 Corinthians 1:18], except it doesn't consider the Message as being new [Acts 17:18] but rather tired, stale, bigoted and narrow. Persecution rises with time, and Christians suffer from IES (Itching Ear Syndrome [2 Timothy 4:3]) …

  134. Relativistic, Tolerant of everything but the truth.

  135. I thought you were calling Sproul those things lol, I got a little… worried.

  136. Peter Keay says:

    Post-Christian world? I don’t imagine there will ever be such a thing. The mountain is growing and filling the whole earth, and Christ is King. Various governments and groups will rebel against Him, but just for a time. Psalm 2.

  137. Look at our current culture, that's it. Tolerates everything except the absolute truth of Jesus and the Gospel. But were should expect that and share the Gospel anyway and every way we can.

  138. Levi Strauss says:

    A post-Christian world: 2Tim 4:3-4 "For the time is coming (HAS COME) when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths." (Parenthetical remark mine)

  139. One in which Christianity is mocked, derided, and Christians world wide work and wait in expectation of Christ’s second coming.

  140. Anonymous says:

    Has there ever really been a "Christian" world? I would argue for a Christianized world, but not a Christian world. I believe the only Christian world is yet to come at the consummation of Christ's kingdom, when all will live in and for Christ's glory. I'm not trying to be argumentative or divisive, but the more we think of terms of "post-Christian" world, the more likely we are to live with a defeatist attitude. Christ came. He lived. He died. He rose again. He ascended. And He reigns today. A post-Christian world would imply the cessation of that reality. Before Christ came may be considered a pre-Christian era, but since His incarnation, there can be no "post-Christian" world. There can only be the non-Christianized world and the Christianized world. Let's pray and work toward the Christianization of the remaining world.

  141. TOTAL CHAOS AND TRAGEDY

  142. TOTAL CHAOS AND TRAGEDY

  143. The only real peace that we have dear LORD is in you!!!!!

  144. Matthew Jackson says:

    What a great giveaway! I don’t know if I’m more excited about possibly winning Logos Gold or the RC Sproul books!

  145. Lisa Smith says:

    Very nice options. I love the inspirational materials offered on the faith life site. R.C. Sproul offers great insight to the scriptures.

  146. I saw the beautiful eulogy, talking about the logos software and since I love their music, and content, I decided to get one, so I’m hoping to win I’m from south Africa.

  147. Mary A. Robinson says:

    Just learning this app, appears to be a very exciting study Bible.

  148. Stephanie Campbell says:

    I am trying to write a book and this would be great

  149. Bob Gould says:

    It appears Europe is there and USA is heading there……we need a nationwide revival

  150. A post-Christian world is one where either relativism reigns or tyranny. It is a world that recognises no absolute moral standards are recognised and everyone does what is right in their own eyes

  151. Rosemarie Oehler Adcock says:

    Looks like this

  152. Rick McLain says:

    It looks a lot like a pre-Christian world. Sodom and Gomorrah, Rome, Corinth, Egypt. Not much difference in lifestyles or beliefs when you take away technology.

  153. Joel Holth says:

    It is a world where everyone does what is right in their own eyes.

  154. John Frost says:

    The pre-flood world, so full of sin that God is sorry he made man.

  155. Mike Weaver says:

    A Post Christian World Dosent acknowledge the GOd of the BIble

  156. Loys Harwell Gentry says:

    Love what Dallas Willard teaches, redefining of the humanness of man and his desire. Did not happen in one day but over time we are in that place…but God. Love the thought that God is still ruler of all and one day will come.

  157. Worshipping the creature instead of the Creator.

  158. Anonymous says:

    When the rapture happens and the son of lawlessness is in control, we will find out.

  159. It looks much like the United States today. Full of many beliefs but lacking tolerance for the true and living God.

  160. Anne Bea Miller says:

    A post-Christian world? shallow, only going as deep as surface level… lacking Truth… lacking a relationship with Christ… everything would be relative… the desire to do "good" but no true ability or reason to do so other than selfish motives… hmmm sounds a lot like our world today…

  161. Keith Jeske says:

    A world where devotion to the revealed Word of God (written and living) will become even more important because it is rare.

  162. TIME, People, US, WE, SELF, ME, WOMEN, MEN, BODYBUILDING, SHAPE:

    The list goes on and on Ad nauseam. The point being is as C.S. Lewis states in The Screwtape letters, distraction is the ruin of men’s souls. Fill time with anything but God and the soul will slowly die.

    My question is “what do you believe we ever lived in the Christian era?” Obviously, the god of this world has led you to believe lie. Does not Genesis teach us that our first parents gave up this world on our behalf. What have we done since then but to live to our selfish lust satisfying our ow pursuits.

    Take heart my dear brothers and sisters, our true Father, Lord and Savior has given us the promise of His Holy Spirit that He is ultimately in control. The Post Christian era in my opinion really began at the fall in the garden.

  163. Post Christian would be where we are now i think.

  164. Self Centered, with a loss of the understanding and awe of who Christ is and what he has done and is doing.

  165. Post-Christian World is one that affords us the opportunity to introduce other the Good News of Jesus. Our faith has thrived when under fire.

  166. it is great

  167. Marilyn McQuade says:

    A post-Christian world looks pretty much like what we’ve got!

  168. Mark Shoemaker says:

    Post – Christian describes where we are already!

  169. What does a post-Christian world look like? Being updated in the bulletin of Open Doors, I would say it depends on where country you are. While some countries enjoy the privileged of sharing the Gospel using all the strategies they learned, harvesting souls by the hundreds, having an wide open environment, others struggle very much to keep their faith in secret. Could you imagine a 9 months pregnant Christian sentenced to a 100 lashes and be killed for being a Christian? Christian books, articles even houses burned because they are Christians? Some have to dig kilometers away only to escape from their country where there is a severe persecution in practicing their faith in Christ. Reminds us of the Nero era where Christians were burn alive. Some Christians are very blessed for they do not know nor never being persecuted for their faith. Yes, in some countries it does not matter if you are a Christian or not.

  170. Kathleen says:

    It is the world of “I” and not “I AM”.

  171. yes its does look like what we are living and doing thing the world way. and I am afraid that we are fast moving to a one world government .are you one of the few getting ready for JESUS coming ? this world that we are living in is moving too fast away form GOD . the people that look to the government for there need are not looking for GOD to provide for there need . are you living for JESUS and shouting that HE coming soon ? may you be filled with the HOLY GHOAST and power to live for HIM and let the glory of GOD upon you so the lost will see GOD in you

  172. Rich Kato says:

    Hell.

  173. I believe a post-Christian world will actually lead to a healthier church. When it is no longer popular and advantageous to be known as a Christian, when our faith is marginalized rather than held up, when Christians in the West endure real persecution, God's people will flourish.

  174. The term “post-Christian world,” as I understand it, simply refers to the fact that the present world — especially the Western hemisphere — is no longer prominently biblical in its ethics, laws, philosophy, theology, etc.

  175. Paul Parker says:

    I do not believe the whole world is “post-Christian,” but if it was, it is a world where Christianity has been looked at and discarded, or considered non-compelling. But the opposite is also true, that it is now a topic that can be discussed moreso than ever before. May Jesus’ Gospel go forth because of this!

  176. Kevin Miley says:

    "Be Thou My Vision" Begins this Sunday at Maumee GBC!

  177. What does a post-Christian world look like? Lost, no trust because no one will be trust worthy, fearful, no hope. vengeful. A place I don't want to be.

  178. What does a post Christian world look like? A place where the love of those remaining shines out like a beacon and healing flows though them.

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