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We think that people don’t think enough – and definitely not enough truth. When we view the world we live in and the Christian milieu which surrounds us…well, it seems that a lot more thinking needs to be done.
But not just any sort of thinking. We need to engage in thinking that results in a greater desire and love for God. It’s important to have proper motivation for learning. St. Paul told us that some types of knowledge puffs up, while love builds others up. So, we are aiming for knowledge resulting in more love for God and people.
Consider that as you read.
We are searching for clarity and wisdom in stale debates. We want to bring the potency of the full Word of God into the discussions which engage our generation.
We want to join with God’s people in building His Church, while understanding our place in redemptive history. Although we get that there will be strong opinions and differences, especially when we address somewhat controversial issues, we wish to show God’s love to the world through uncompromised truth, and never to promote meaningless doctrinal warfare and negativity.
In the real world, many things don’t fit neatly into spiritual categories. How should a congregation process these things? We all live them, inevitably. And in the process, a sort of practical culture arises. We try to respect each other, and we do things similarly to each other. Then we begin to recommend those things to each other. That is to say, we develop traditions.
Drew and Elijah discuss the hot topics of culture and Christianity and discuss your questions.
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