Archive for March 6th, 2008

For someone who complains about churches being man-centered, this rant certainly seems like it’s putting the author’s wants and needs first and foremost in the selection of a church.

Maybe this is why they get so ticked off when Rick Warren says it’s not about them…

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Missio Dei Suburbia has some great questions concerning John MacArthur’s stance on contextualization. Go read the whole thing, its tough to just quote a section of it.

A response to MacArthur’s silliness.

Update:

The BHT boys keep knocking it out of the park.

It also seems to me that the best example of de-contextualised, one-size-fits-all Christianity was Roman Catholicism between Trent and Vatican II. One Latin Mass to rule them all, and all that.

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