Learn How To Survive the Chaos of Our Cultural Crisis

MFI is at the forefront of addressing the harms of the sexual revolution to MA families. From our report on fatherlessness to our resources helping parents protect their children from graphic sex ed and the transgender agenda, MFI is here to provide relevant information and support to strengthen families. That’s why we are excited to announce the next book we will be reading for the MFI Book Club, “Strange New World” by Carl Trueman. Confusion around personhood and morality abounds. What should our response be? How do we navigate a culture in conflict with our faith?

In “Strange New World,” Carl Trueman examines the historical, philosophical, and technological factors that sparked the sexual revolution and that are driving our current cultural crisis. Trueman’s crucial manual offers us insight into how we can engage in a society that is often hostile to Christian beliefs, and guides us on how to live in a world where we are pressured to conform. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear from one of the greatest thinkers of our time!

We will gather virtually on March 1st at 7PM to discuss the book together with the author, Carl Trueman. Register to join below!

You can purchase your copy of the book today on multiple platforms, including Christianbook and Amazon.

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For our families,

Andrew Beckwith, President & General Counsel

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