I appreciate that the writers did not merely resort to the worn out separatist “Us vs. The World” rhetoric. Instead they wrestled intelligently, theologically, and bibilcally about the pertinent questions: What does worldliness actually mean? What actual problems does worldliness pose? Only once those questions are amply answered do the writers delve into practical applications in the various spheres of our culture.
I had given some thought to blogging about the book. Already in previous posts I have elaborated on some of the insights I have gained. But then on Crossway.blog I have found that Jonathan Leeman of 9 Marks has shared some highlights from each chapter. Leeman has done such a good job that it made my intentions unnecessary. I will still likely interact and expound upon some other insights in future posts, but for a good introduction to and overview of the book I encourage you to check out what Leeman has written. Click: Worldliness.
But don’t neglect the book. It is short, but beneficial. I’ve added it to my ‘must read’ list.