“In this windowless world, God, transcendence, and mystery have become less and less imaginable…. Everything’s produced, managed, and solved ‘this side of the ceiling,’ which explains why so many people are restless and yearning, as I was, for meaning that transcends this world–for something and Someone different.”
Winsome and witty, Unfashionable shows how the timeless truths of the gospel impact a lost and dark world. I loved the repeated tagline throughout the book: “Against the world for the world”. What Tullian means by this is that Christians are to take their stand against the downward spiral of culture for the sake of the gospel and ultimately for the sake of the world.
ok… this is a lame review… but I’m sick and can’t think clearly…