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The End of the World: Why Christians are Culturally Defensive

“If your child wants bread, give them bread and not stone.” Why is most of the Christian subculture perceived as ‘cheesy,’ derivative, and defensive? Why are few Christians, especially youth, convinced of Christianity’s meaningfulness, cultural force, and complexity?

Join John Mark Reynolds from the Torrey Honors Institute, Rebecca Fort of Wheatstone Academy, and Keith Buhler, a Torrey alumnus and Wheatstone Mentor as they discuss the challenges facing Christian youth in modern culture and how Wheatstone is uniquely positioned to assist youth in the growth of their faith.

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