Ed Stezter says, “If current trends continue, and that’s what trends tend to do, we are going to live in a different society.”
In a place where most people admit they’re not Christian the gospel often has a better chance of being distinctive. Being a Christian is more significant in a hostile or indifferent culture than in friendly surrounds. It can be easier to share the gospel with those who don’t think that they are already right with God. As nominal Christians, or cultural Christians drop the façade of religiosity for the honesty of not following a faith at all, it will become easier to share the Gospel.
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