Insights with Superpowers

When Being Calm and Analytical about False Doctrine Is Wrong

Kevin DeYoung:

No doubt, some Christians get worked up over the smallest controversies, making a forest fire out of a Yankee Candle.

But there is an opposite danger–and that is to be so calm, so middle-of-the-road, so above-the-fray that you no longer feel the danger of false doctrine.

You always sound analytical, never alarmed.

Always crying for much-neglected conversation, never crying over a much-maligned cross.

There is something worse than hurting feelings, and that is trampling upon human hearts.

 

(found via Between Two Worlds)

 

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