The temptation exists for Christians to develop a dualistic approach to life and separate themselves when facing an environment hostile to them. In this article the author shows that Christians should be involved in this world and culture because the Triune God is involved in it. They must prove to be good soldiers for Christ in this world and they must also live in freedom to enjoy God's creation.
The church today is facing the challenge of cultural irrelevance. The answer to this challenge lies in Reformed Christianity. Reformed Christianity's position on doctrine and liturgy equips the believer to face the challenge of culture, and live a Christian life that contrasts the life of this world.
How can a Christian survive a culture that is hostile to God? it is through remembering the reality of sin, the last days, the Lord's Day, fellowship, and Christ that Christians can resist this worldly culture.
This article shows the relationship between culture and intellect, morality, and education. Only in Christ can true culture be developed.
Modern art and culture often includes nudity. The author of this article discusses how nakedness took on a new meaning after the Fall. Nakedness was no longer a sign of beauty and perfection, but rather of sin and unholiness. Therefore, there is no justification or reason for having nudity in art or culture.