When Are We Going to Grow Up? The Juvenilization of American Christianity
Juvenilization is the process by which the religious beliefs, practices, and developmental characteristics of adolescents become accepted as appropriate for adults. It began with the praiseworthy goal of adapting the faith to appeal to the young, which in fact revitalized American Christianity. But it has sometimes ended with both youth and adults embracing immature versions of the faith.
Let’s Get Our Theological Priorities Straight
But how do we get our doctrinal priorities straight? How do we know when to place special priority on a particular doctrine and when to avoid overstating the significance of another?
You Are Not “Just a Sinner Saved by Grace”
“I don’t ever want to hear you say, ‘I’m just a sinner saved by grace!’”
The Guilt of Your Sin
Going through John Owen’s book Overcoming Sin and Temptation, Tim Challies has been giving an overview of each chapter and pulling out it’s main ideas.
Before you begin to put that sin to death, he wants you to acknowledge the actual guilt of that sin, not just your guilt in a general sense.
How a child with Down’s syndrome can teach you about life
Every day somehow, without any effort on her part, she teaches me something about the kind of person I want to be.