By Stephen Nichols, adapted from Welcome to the Story: Reading, Living, and Loving God’s Word ($4.99 this month only). (more…)
This guest post is by Prayson Daniel. Prayson, who blogs at With All I Am, has been using Faithlife Groups since 2012, and created the Natural Theology group. Prayson is from Tanzania, and he earned his BA at Harvest Bible College. He is currently pursuing his graduate studies at Aalborg University in Denmark. Prayson’s greatest desire is to inspire others to admire God through critical thinking.
What does engaging post-Christian culture mean?
“What keeps gnawing at me is the question, what is Christianity, or who is Christ actually for us today? The age when we could tell people that with words—whether with theological or with pious words—is past, as is the age of inwardness and of conscience, and that means the age of religion altogether. We are approaching a completely religionless age; people as they are now simply cannot be religious anymore. Even those who honestly describe themselves as ‘religious’ aren’t really practicing that at all; they presumably mean something quite different by ‘religious.’” —Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Throughout August, get Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, vol. 3: Creation and Fall for free! This volume contains lectures Dietrich Bonhoeffer delivered at the University of Berlin throughout the winter of 1932–1933. During a time of turmoil, Bonhoeffer urged his students to focus on the Word of God, despite their surrounding circumstances. Now you can gain these influential insights, too—get it today!
While you’re there, don’t forget to add Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, vol. 7: Fiction from Tegel to your library for just 99 cents. Bonhoeffer’s life events are recounted in this powerful book, which draws from personal experiences. You can also enter to win the entire 16-volume Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, which explore more aspects of Bonhoeffer’s life and uncover valuable wisdom and inspiration from his legacy.
Read these books in your FSB app
Accessing these titles is easy in your Faithlife Study Bible app. You can find a full tutorial for using Logos resources in the FSB, but here are the basics:
- Download your books and check out using your Logos.com account—this is the same account tied to your FSB, so your new books are automatically connected.
- Open your FSB app, and tap “Resources” then “Library” to find every Logos resource you own.
- Search for your new books, and tap them to open and start reading!