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FAQs

Like any niche publishing area, there are plenty of questions that people have. We've compiled some of the most common of those here for your information. If you don't find your answer, you can always contact us directly.

Q: When will I receive my order?

A: A lot depends on your location and selected shipping method. We ship within 1-2 business days of receiving your order. If you selected a tracked shipping method, check your tracking number in your order confirmation. If there is a problem with your order,  contact us to give us a chance to make it right.

Q: What is cultural theology? Why do you focus on it?

A: Simply put, cultural theology is the study of what God’s Word teaches about culture (cf. Genesis 1:26-28; Psalm 2; 110:1-4; Isaiah 9:7; Daniel 2:46-49; 3:26-30;  Jonah 3:5-10; Habakkuk 2:14; Matthew 28:18-20; Luke 13:18-21; John 12:20-32; 2 Corinthians 5:17-21; Colossians 1:15-20; Hebrews 2:6-13; Revelation 1:4-6), and applying it to the pressing cultural issues of our day and age. We have resources that address this question directly here.

Q: How can you claim to speak to every area of life and culture?

A: One of the great things about cultural analysis is that no subject is off the table. Culture is whatever human beings do and make with the raw materials of creation. Our standard for interpreting and assessing every matter is the eternal Word of God, and so when we say that we want to help equip Christians to understand and apply that Word to every area of life and culture, all it means is that there is a way of doing EVERYTHING that is faithful, and a way that is unfaithful, to God and His Word. Nothing is neutral, nothing about reality simply ‘is.’ Everything has been designed by a loving Creator and entrusted to mankind to tend, develop, and care for. So we don’t claim to be experts in every area of life and culture, but we affirm that there is a biblical way to understand and pursue every human activity (astronomy, athletics, journalism, teaching math, heart surgery, filmmaking, martial arts, litigation, historical research, parenting, farming…).

To learn more about how this plays out in real life, there are resources here, herehere, and here

Q: Seems like kind of a master key.

A: Pretty cool, right?

Q: Why do you identify science, law, education, politics, arts, and media as key areas of culture?

A: Because these are areas that have a disproportionately high influence on the direction of culture, they're the areas that are overwhelmingly under the control of the enemies of God, and they are areas where Christians have often neglected to exercise godly dominion.

Q: I have an idea for a book, can I send it to you?

A: Sure. Check out more details here