1. The Imaginary Conflict Between Loving People and Taking a Stand Against Sin

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    John Stonestreet answers the following question: "Is there a conflict between loving people and taking a stand against sin?" Standing with courage and compassion is a major theme in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. John Stonestreet is a Speaker and Fellow of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is also co-host of www.BreakPoint.org and host of www.ThePointRadio.org, audio programs that help Christians think through cultural issues in a biblical way.

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    • The Church Impacting the Culture at the Middle

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      John Stonestreet answers the following question: "What role does the local church play in impacting the culture?" Engaging the culture is discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. John Stonestreet is a Speaker and Fellow of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is also co-host of www.BreakPoint.org and host of www.ThePointRadio.org, audio programs that help Christians think through cultural issues in a biblical way.

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      • The Cultural Issues Christians Must Prioritize

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        John Stonestreet answers the following question: "What cultural issues do you find most pressing for the church today?" These types of issues are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. John Stonestreet is a Speaker and Fellow of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is also co-host of www.BreakPoint.org and host of www.ThePointRadio.org, audio programs that help Christians think through cultural issues in a biblical way.

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        • A Worldview Shift, Not Just a Moral One

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          John Stonestreet answers the following question: "What is at the root of our shifting moral landscape?" This is an issue discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. John Stonestreet is a Speaker and Fellow of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is also co-host of www.BreakPoint.org and host of www.ThePointRadio.org, audio programs that help Christians think through cultural issues in a biblical way.

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          • "There is No Sin that is Larger than God's Love"

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            Rosaria Butterfield answers the following question: "What would you say to a gay unbeliever who feels they are beyond Christ's salvation?" Many of the issues Butterfield addresses are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor’s wife, part-time author (The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert), and occasional speaker. Find out more at www.RosariaButterfield.com.

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            • Addressing the Issue vs. Addressing the Individual

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              Rosaria Butterfield answers the following question: "What is the difference between addressing an issue and engaging an individual?" Many of the issues Butterfield addresses are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor’s wife, part-time author (The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert), and occasional speaker. Find out more at www.RosariaButterfield.com.

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              • Engaging Homosexual Friends with the Gospel

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                Rosaria Butterfield answers the following question: "What are some of the first steps for ChristIans who want to engage friends who identify themselves as gay or homosexual?" Many of the issues Butterfield addresses are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor’s wife, part-time author (The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert), and occasional speaker. Find out more at www.RosariaButterfield.com.

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                • The Cost of Following Christ

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                  Rosaria Butterfield talks about what deciding to follow Christ cost her. Many of the issues Butterfield addresses are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor’s wife, part-time author (The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert), and occasional speaker. Find out more at www.RosariaButterfield.com.

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                  • Why Rosaria Butterfield Calls Herself an "Unlikely Convert"

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                    Rosaria Butterfield talks about why she refers to herself as an "unlikely convert." Issues such as homosexuality and marriage are discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor’s wife, part-time author (The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert), and occasional speaker. Find out more at www.RosariaButterfield.com.

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                    • Don't Worry, Trust God, Keep Fighting

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                      Sam Allberry answers the following question: "What practical counsel would you give to a believer who struggles with same-sex attraction?" This is an issue discussed in David Platt's new book, Counter Culture. Drawing heavily on Scripture and compelling personal accounts from around the world, Platt presents a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways—ways that will prove both costly and rewarding for the contemporary church. Learn more at www.CounterCultureBook.com. Sam Allberry is the associate minister at St. Mary's Church in the UK and author of Is God Anti-Gay? You can learn more about Sam at www.LivingOut.org, a website aimed at helping same-sex attracted Christians, churches, and the wider world navigate issues of sexual identity and biblical teaching.

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