Friday, April 30, 2010

There is no middle road

Interesting thoughts from Francis Chan...

I like what he said, we seem to think we don't have to do what Jesus said, we just have to memorize what He said and we get a bonus if we memorize it in Greek. Pretty thought provoking without being rude.

(HT: Seth McBee)

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1 comment:

Tim A said...

That's a good confrontation of American evangelical faith. He needs to give some very specific examples of how believers do the "middle road" thing all the while claiming to be like Jesus. Here is one I struggle with: I share my faith but I am "sensitive" to only giving it out in situations where I know it is the perfect moment to do so. Sounds good huh? Very sad indeed.