The first thing I noticed in this blog, besides the name, was the quality of its design and use of images. But that’s not enough. At first I thought it was pretty edgy, but I dug into the message further by reading several of the posts, and what I found was some very solid substance. For example:
To be honest, the “Christian witness” I see most often is underwhelming. Believe me – bumper stickers on your car, magnets on your refrigerator, and the farewell “God bless!” do not alter the trajectory of people’s lives. They’re not bad, but they don’t do anything either. Some people may go the next step and tell others how much “God has changed my life” and “this passage became so real to me today”. But that doesn’t go very far either. You know why? It’s because we are speaking a foreign language, and we’re saying things that make no sense to unbelievers.
The Christian life must be a prior decision. You can’t make moral choices in the moment if you have not decided ahead of time what defines your morality. Your life is made up of little choices you make every day. And those choices have consequences that alter your life. If we do not decide ahead of time what will guide those choices, we have already lost the battle.
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