We live in a polarized world with people moving to extreme ends of the cultural spectrum. Culture, religion and politics have collided in unprecedented ways and the world is becoming increasingly unstable. In the midst of all of this chaos Christians need to figure out how to be the light of the world that Jesus called us to be. Unfortunately division within the body of Christ is almost as strong as it is in the world. The cultural lens through which we see the world significantly impacts how we interpret the Christian faith. We all grow up influenced by prevalent ideas, customs and social behaviors that leave an indelible mark on us. In many cases it is difficult to see where culture ends and Christianity begins. Christ versus Culture examines the liberal and conservative responses to the culture wars and presents a biblical basis for Christians to engage with the world. By closely studying how Jesus lived the book posits that there is an alternative to the extremes observed today.
Feyi Boroffice, a Harvard Business School trained MBA, is an advisor to churches, companies, and countries. She has over 20 years of experience serving in ministries and churches with different demographics and at different stages of growth.
Feyi has a global career in public policy, advising governments on key development issues in nations across Europe, Asia, and Africa.
She is married to Pastor Ope Boroffice and they have two sons.