The crisis of modern culture manifests itself in multiple forms. An important source of new global spiritual threats in the world is a crisis of civilization. The crisis of truth, which is expressed by the crisis of science, ideology and faith, has caused existential emptiness and anxiety. The term “irrational stupidity” has appeared in publications as an expression of general trends of the late twentieth century civilization. A civilization was developing which was simulated by imagination and illusion, a civilization detached from the truth, where a concocted man is first while the living one is far behind. In this situation appeared the term “culture of idiots” – one of the models. Another model of culture is often illustrated by the myth of the nymph Echo (punished so that she had lost her own voice and could only repeat) and the myth of Narcissus (in love with his own reflection). It is reflected by the theater dominated by a monologue (one-man show), visual arts with various types of exhibitionist self-portraying; literature dominated by autobiography and memoir rather than a story, in other plays – “monadizm” or forcing men to portray men, blacks – to imagine the blacks, etc., in philosophy – extreme relativism, on the border of solipsism (the denial that there may be truth beyond our own thoughts). In the religious life its expression are sects – justifying atomism of an individual, their closing on the environment, hiding man, and life – with superficial sensibility (“autistic”). Treating one’s own religion as the next “segment” of life, which can be easily “replaced” for another, makes it impossible to remain in Christian culture. Every love, including Christian, is associated with fidelity, which results in dedication, sometimes bordering on heroic. In the “culture of change” this important attribute of faith disappears, subject to market valuation – it is becoming one of the international market offers today. And in a culture of destruction there is no place for positive building – the national and Christian culture is subject to disintegration and suspicion. Fidelity is treated as a negation of the total “opening up” to the world – including the evil and destructive forces, which completely changes the perspective of culture.