Living in an Anti-Christian World

A shift has taken place in recent years—as Christians, we find ourselves suddenly living not merely in a world that is indifferent to the Gospel but one that is distinctively anti-Christian. Christian beliefs are often regarded in the West as immoral and dangerous. This situation is nothing new to the Church, but it does call Christians to consider our need for courage and conviction while living in a culture that finds us socially unacceptable. 

On June 28 and 29, the Alliance will premiere the plenary sessions from the 2024 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, Living in an Anti-Christian World. Peter Jones uncovers the subtle yet profound influence of Marxism in America and contrasts this with the Christian worldview of God as both Creator and Redeemer in his two messages. Aaron Renn, a first-time speaker at the PCRT,  explores "The Three Worlds of Evangelicalism" and how we can strengthen the Church in this anti-Christian age. Richard Phillips bookends the PCRT with messages that tackle the challenges Christians face in a society that often stands in opposition to their beliefs, offering encouragement to us as sojourners in a world that is not our home.

Carve out some time this weekend or later to watch these timely sessions. Visit for links and more information.

Robert Brady