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Whether it's TV boxsets, Instagram stories, or historical novels, we all consume culture. So it's important that we are neither bewitched by it - buying into everything it tells us - or bewildered by it - lashing out in judgement or retreating into a Christian bubble.

Dan Strange encourages Christians to engage with everything they watch, to read and play in a positive and discerning way. He also teaches Christians how to think and speak about culture in a way that plugs in to a bigger and better reality-the story of King Jesus, and his cosmic plan for the world.

It's possible to watch TV and read novels and play video games in a way that actually feeds our faith, rather than withers it. It's even possible for you - yes, you - to be that person who starts off talking to a mate about last night's football and ends up talking about Jesus.

©2019 Daniel Strange (P)2019 Tantor

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Good ideas but disappointing in some respects

it's a good book. the theoretical part is well argued and presented. "subversive fulfilment". important ideas. the application part, however, was not so convincing. it sounds rather narrow-minded, simplistic and somewhat arrogant or triumphalistic