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Signposts: What “The Man In the High Castle” Can Teach Us About the Past

The Man in the High Castle is a science fiction tale that presents us with a startling question: What would the world be like if Nazi Germany had won World War II? The story by Philip K. Dick, and its recent adaptation into a popular TV show, is an insightful look at how events of history shape not just the present, but the way we think about ourselves.

In this episode of Signposts I talk about what we can learn from The Man in the High Castle, and how its lessons about past and history can help us better understand the gospel.

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Only when we see how lost we are, we can find our way again. Only when we bury what’s dead can we experience life again. Only when we lose our religion can we be amazed by grace again.


About Russell Moore

Russell Moore is Editor in Chief of Christianity Today and is the author of the forthcoming book Losing Our Religion: An Altar Call for Evangelical America (Penguin Random House).