Living in an Anti-Christian World
"Only hold fast what you have until I come. The one who conquers and who keeps my works until the end, to him I will give authority over the nations" — Revelation 2:25-26
A shift has taken place in recent years that Christians need to understand: we find ourselves suddenly living not merely in a world that is indifferent to the gospel but one that is distinctively anti-Christian. Observers have noted that since the Supreme Court's affirmation of gay marriage, Christian beliefs are often regarded in the West as immoral and dangerous. This situation is nothing new to the church, of course. But it does call Christians to consider our need for courage and conviction while living in a culture that finds us socially unacceptable. Jesus wrote his letters to the churches of Revelation in an even more hostile culture, promising to bless those who remained steadfast. The 2024 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology will consider these themes, seeking to make Christians aware and fortify our churches to bear witness in a hostile age.
Peter Jones, Rick Phillips, and Aaron Renn will address the theme of Living in an Anti-Christian World. We hope to see you in East Lansing at University Reformed Church March 8-10 or at Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr April 26-28. Don't miss the early registration discounts—register today to save up to $40! Visit AllianceNet.org/PCRT2024. In addition to registration, you will also find speaker bios, hotel information, and downloadable marketing materials for your church.
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