Here’s something I’d like your opinion on – in a tolerant world, what makes Christianity rise above just being another “lifestyle choice?” As we in faith-based media attempt to brand and market churches, ministries, and other religious organizations, how do we position the Christian faith in a post-modern culture, where all choices are supposedly equal?
How is being a Christian any different from being New Age, Wiccan, Muslim, transgendered, or more? After all, if others are happy with their lifestyle choice, why should Christianity be any better? And who are we to promote our faith over other choices?
Before you reply – here are two rules:
1. You can’t quote the Bible, since the culture doesn’t recognize its authority.
2. You can’t use “Christian lingo.” You have to dialogue in a language and style the culture understands.