When the Apostle Paul is describing signs of the last days in 2 Thessalonians 2, he notes that one of those signs will be a "falling away." Culturally Relevant is an expose of some of the modern trends in the church that point to the fulfillment of that prophecy. Day by day, the church, like Israel of old, seems to be more culturally minded, causing it to be more like the world rather than separate from it. It discusses the differences found in using cultural relevance in a way leading to compromise with or true connection to the world in a biblical fashion. The second aim of the book is to equip the individual Christian with biblical parameters for making decisions in life areas absent of definitive "thou shalt, thou shalt not's." It also aims to provide decision-making skills for areas of "liberty" that may or may not be, in Paul's words "expedient or helpful" in the moment. It is a warning, lest we and our churches continue to "fall away."