A new ground-breaking journal offering a biblically informed, Christ-centered trinitarian engagement of contemporary culture.

Cultural Encounters is a bi-annual journal publishing articles on a wide range of cultural issues by many of the finest Christian scholars and practitioners of today. Contributors include:

Each issue will address a variety of themes such as religious pluralism, racialization, materialism, poverty, the increased urbanization of the world, the environment, cross-cultural contextualization, sexuality, genetic engineering, post-modernity, public discourse, politics, and more. Learn more about our Current Issue and read what people have to say about Cultural Encounters.

Cultural Encounters (ISSN: 1550-4891) is a publication of the Institute for the Theology of Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins, which is directed by Dr. Paul Louis Metzger. The Institute is an official program of Multnomah Biblical Seminary in Portland, OR.

Cultural Encounters is published exclusively online, though printed copies are available for Volume 1 Р8.

The footnotes in Theology 2.0: Blogging as Theological Discourse by Benjamin Myers suffered some major technical errors. Please click HERE to download the corrected version.
With sincere apologies, – the CE Editorial Team