My crony Owen Strachan, a shining immature clergy during Boyce College, has created a conspicuous critique of John Dickerson’s reflections on a standing of American Evangelicalism. (Full disclosure: we am quoted incidentally in a article; undervalue this discuss if we wish and review a rest of the piece).
Owen’s friendly though consummate refusal of Mr. Dickerson’s topic that a Evangelical village in a nation if unwell and flailing is a masterpiece of beauty and truth. It is good value reading, and pondering. Here is a argent quote from the piece:
A colourful gospel declare is a church’s primary mission. But Christians from Justin Martyr to Augustine to Aquinas to Calvin to Edwards to Wilberforce to Colson have seen from a Bible that multitude advantages immeasurably from a church. And multitude advantages many when a church is strongest.
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