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Public Theology in the Secular Age: Editor’s Introduction
  • Michael A. Milton, PhD
Michael A. Milton, PhD
D. James Kennedy Institute of Reformed Leadership, Erskine Theological Seminary

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Lost and Found: Public Theology in the Secular Age is an anthology of monographs offered to the general public as a contribution of distinctively Christian thinking about the personal and public implications for following Jesus Christ in “A Secular Age” (Charles Taylor, 2009). The monographs are written by subject matter experts—clergy, and laity; academics and practitioners; theologians representing a variety of traditions within the Church, as well as professionals from business, law, and medicine— with a common mission to leverage their expertise in the service of Christ and His Church. The work is a public theology initiative of the D. James Kennedy Institute of Reformed Leadership, a ministry, and program of Faith for Living, Inc., a North Carolina nonprofit corporation. The collection address twelve areas of Christian witness at work within the framework of the "Secular Age," and is grouped under four "areas:" Ideas, Daily Life, the Nation, and Triggers. Each area constitutes a division of the collection. Each of the four divisions contains three issues. The twelve issues represent the twelve chapter chapters in the book.