In this part of my ongoing series on Incarnational Apologetics, I want to explore the four key problems:
Today’s video post picks up with a discussion of Privatization. So what is Privatization? David Wells in his book, “No Place for Truth”:
It is axiomatic that secularism strips life of the divine, but it is important to see that it does so by relocating the divine into that part of life which is private.
I define it as follows:
Privatization is the process through which individuals consent to remove all views of God, faith and practice from the public resulting in a loss of personal meaning and corporate shame.
This video goes on to define some of the challenges and solutions Christians must embrace if we are to embrace an incarnational apologetic.