Cultural theology is the discipline of understanding what God’s Word says about culture, and applying that understanding to those various cultural spheres. Cultural theology is an approach that aims to get to the root of all human activity by examining the god concept at work in a particular cultural sphere.
The Revoice view of sexuality downplays the dangers of generalized pagan homosexual culture, and creates a third category of human sexuality, denying the biblical, ontological principle of distinctions.
How should the Christian understand the work and teaching of Jordan Peterson? Is he an ally for Christian principles?
In striving for utopia, Peter Jones discerns an innate drive to recover paradise, the result of being image-bearers of God.
Peter Jones demonstrates the wide gulf between the Christian and non-Christian worldview, and the implications they each have for sexuality.
Paganism is a worldview that worships nature, and ultimately, the self, rather than God the Creator. It is an ancient belief that has been expereiencing a resurgence over the past few centuries. When we reject the transcendent God, we remain spiritual beings and end up worshiping some aspect of creation.
Much of what Jordan Peterson says is very Christian friendly, but his coherence breaks down when he finds inspiration in Carl Jung, one of the most powerful creators of todays post-Christian, neo-pagan culture.
Many efforts have been made to reconcile Mindfulness with Christian belief and prayer; however these are at root opposed to one another, with radically different understandings of God, the world and the human person.
As Creator and Redeemer, God shows Himself to be a God of order and principle – in short, of law. The law of God is not in conflict with the gospel, rather they are both gifts to mankind.