“Salvation has something to say not only to the individual man but also to the culture. Christianity is individual in the sense that each man must be born again, one at a time. But it is not individualistic. The distinction is important. As God made man, He also made an Eve so that there could be finite, horizontal relationships between two people. And these human relationships are important to God, for “the power of God unto salvation” is also meant to give an answer to the sociological needs of man, the interplay between two men and more. God is interested in the whole man and also in the culture which flows from men’s relationship with each other.” Fancis Shaffer, Death in the City

(Mixed Media art by Gilbert Cantu)