Being a Christian in a Secular Age

We may still be attracted to the holy, but disbelief permeates our faith in God because it’s what we “breathe in our times.” Therefore, it’s becoming harder – even for Christians – to view God as believable in today’s age. 
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When it’s all about you

"The secular age is, for Charles Taylor, an era in which unbelief is the default context in which we encounter and seek fullness and human flourishing."