Christians always exist within particular cultural contexts—political systems, geographic locations, and ethnic and racial communities. How should Christians engage with the surrounding culture, and what is the church's role in society? What does Christian political engagement look like? How do believers practice their faith around the world, and how can we all process our racial and ethnic identities? The books here will help you wrestle with these complex questions and more, especially within the realm of evangelicalism.

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John Rowell
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Kathy Khang and Christie Heller De Leon and Asifa Dean
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Scott A. Bessenecker
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Brendan Sweetman
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Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt
2799
Albert Y. Hsu
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Edited by Peter Cha and S. Steve Kang and Helen Lee
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Brian J. Heerwagen
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Efrem Smith and Phil Jackson
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Brother Yun and Peter Xu Yongze and Enoch Wang
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David W. Bebbington
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Nicola Hoggard Creegan and Christine D. Pohl
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Richard Winter
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Edited by Mark Husbands and Daniel J. Treier
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Brad Stetson and Joseph G. Conti
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John Stott
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Ronald E. Diprose
5689
Brian J. Walsh and Sylvia C. Keesmaat
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Randy Woodley
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Paula Harris and Doug Schaupp
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Ben Witherington III
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