Whether you’re a Christian or not, it’s not difficult to see that Christians have lost cultural credibility. They’re more likely to be called hypocrital than honest; self-righteous than selfless.
Can Christians regain the cultural credibility they once had? That’s the central question that Phil Cooke and Jonathan Bock tackle in their latest book, The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Get It Back (2018, Worthy Publishing), releasing today.
Phil Cooke and Jonathan Bock live and work in what is arguably the cultural capital of America: Hollywood. Phil is a filmmaker, writer, media consultant, and co-founder and CEO of Cooke Pictures, with productions in over 60 countries around the globe. As the only active producer in Hollywood with PhD in theology, he regularly advises churches and corporations on cultural influence.
Jonathan is the founder and president of Grace Hill Media. He has marketed over 500 major motion pictures and TV projects to audiences around the world, including…