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Popologetics: Engaging Popular Culture

Date recorded: 22 May 2012 | Speaker: Ted Turnau | Event: ELF Workshop
Popologetics: Engaging Popular Culture


This session addresses a vital need in practical apologetics: relevance and plausibility. Too often, apologists speak a language that fails to engage listeners at the level of worldview. The arguments may be sound, as far as they go. They just don’t go very far. Popular culture has emerged in the past 70 years as one of the biggest influences on worldview. If we want to engage people at the level of worldview, we need to become familiar with popular culture. This talk presents a method of engaging the worldviews of popular culture apologetically, revealing the frailty of its idols, and the glory of God’s grace.