Christians have long had an uneasy relationship with culture. We like art, music, food, and movies, but possess an internal sensor that starts beeping wildly if we start liking these cultural goods too much. In the last hundred years, many believers have ricocheted back and forth between these poles – between, as Brett McCracken puts it, “legalism and liberty.”
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