“If anyone thinks arrogant orthodoxy doesn’t exist, he’s never read the comments section of a Christian blog.
One of the mistakes Christians often make is that we learn to rebuke like Jesus but not love like Jesus. Sometimes it seems that almost everyone who cares about doctrine is harsh and angry.
You and I need to contend for the truth. But there’s a fine line between contending for truth and being contentious. . . .
Truth matters, but so does our attitude. We have to live and speak and interact with others in a spirit of humility. . . .
The message of Christian orthodoxy isn’t that I’m right and someone else is wrong. It’s that I am wrong and yet God is filled with grace.”
– Joshua Harris
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- Grace always stoops
- The purpose of prayer is . . .