Christian Overman





Christian Overman

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Assumptions that Affect Our...
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Different Windows
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Christ@Work In Your Transition
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“The Biblical "dualism" in life then, is not between the "sacred" and the "secular" in contrived upper and lower stories of life, but rather between that which is in harmony with God's design or in conflict with it, that is, between good and evil, no matter in what sphere of life or endeavor it takes place.”
Christian Overman, Assumptions that Affect Our Lives

“Becuase of dualistic, sacred/secular thinking among Christians, a truly effective application of biblical thought and practice to the whole of our culture "out there" has been short-circuited. Christians have become their own worst enemies, having spiritualized themselves right out of the ball game and on to the bench.”
Christian Overman, Assumptions that Affect Our Lives

“In abdicating responsibility throughout God's kingdom at large, Christians have created a cultural vacuum of labor, influence, and leadership which the ungodly have come in to fill. The fact of the matter is, someone is going to exercise rulership in the earth. If not the godly, then the ungodly. If the righteous retreat completely, they have no reason to be surprised when they wake up one day to find their inheritance usurped by those who do not know God.”
Christian Overman, Assumptions that Affect Our Lives



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