Philip Yancey: Be Pioneers of Grace in a Post-Christian America | Christianity Today

Christianity TodayThe author lays out a way to witness after churches have lost their cultural privilege.
Interview by Amy Julia Becker/ November 14, 2014

In his landmark 1997 book What’s So Amazing About Grace? Philip Yancey challenged fellow evangelicals to act in a way that matches their language and beliefs about grace. He returns to this theme in his latest book, Vanishing Grace: What Ever Happened to the Good News? (Zondervan), updating the call to grace-filled living within a culture whose Christian consensus has frayed. Author and Christianity Today blogger Amy Julia Becker spoke with Yancey about putting grace into action in contexts where Christianity no longer holds sway. Continue reading →

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