Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Religion and Culture

"In the broad sense, a person's religion is what grips his heart most strongly, what motivates him most deeply. It is the value that transcends all other values... Religions are totalitarian. They govern everything... everything we do in culture will reflect our faith in some way... Culture, therefore, is never religiously neutral. Everything in culture expresses and communicates a religious conviction: either faith in the true God or denial of him." John Frame, The Doctrine of the Christian Life, p. 858.