James Emery White is just one of the many who are not ready to call it quits just yet, as he demonstrates in Christ Among the Dragons. While we are fast approaching uncharted territory—hence the somewhat cryptic but intriguing title—While offers what he suggests are "introductory ways to regain our sense of true north in the four arenas that brought us together". He sums up these four arenas as follows:
- The nature of truth and orthodoxy
- Cultural engagement and the evangelistic enterprise
- Christian community and civility
- The identity and character of the church
That disappointment aside, however, Christ Among the Dragons is a worthwhile and insightful diagnosis of both evangelicalism and the culture it is trying to reach.
Rating: 3 1/2 out of 5 stars
Recommended for: Any Christian interacting with the popular culture
This book was a free review copy provided by InterVarsity Press.