Chameleon Christianity (Paperback)
Chameleon Christianity confronts two great temptations before God's people - to either accommodate and blend into society as chameleons change colors, or to tribalize out of society in quarantined ghettoes. The first removes conflict with the world by compromise, the second eliminates contact with it by isolation. Both are forms of worldliness and are challenged by Jesus' images of Christian identity as salt of the earth and light of the world. A practical and culturally aware sense of apologetics and a recovery of Christian community will be key pressure points for the health of the church into the future. Dick Keyes and his wife Mardi, have worked with L'Abri Fellowship for over forty years in Switzerland, England and now in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Harvard University and Westminster Theological Seminary. He is also the author of: Heroism, Beyond Identity and Seeing Through Cynicism.