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The theological world owes a great debt to Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Texas, which invited Yale professor H. Richard Niebuhr to deliver the lectures that resulted in 'Christ and Culture' (1951), one of the most influential Christian books of the past century.

John G Stackhouse

Perhaps no other book has dominated an entire theological conversation for so long. Niebuhr's famous 'five types' continue to serve as the launching point for most discussions of the interaction of Christianity and culture.