Carson, Keller, and Piper: “The Gospel and Churchianity”

March 26, 2009 at 3:02 pm 1 comment

In every generation of  Christendom it seems that certain thinking Christians earn large platforms of influence among their peers. Some for good reasons – some for bad reasons. In my opinion D.A. Carson, Tim Keller, and John Piper are three of those men. Three men who have good things to say.

For most evangelical Christian’s, these names are not new. Nor is what they have to say new. But, I think it is good to be reminded of how the Gospel changes us, often- in different ways.

In every culture and generation there is always the danger of distorting the core message of the Gospel with cultural slants. I think its important to be students who think through the implications of cultural influence, especially in “the American church culture.”

Listen to these three conversations…

Preaching the Gospel against “Churchianity”

The Gospel and Sanctification

The Gospel and Conquering Sin

Any thoughts?…

Entry filed under: Christianity, Culture, Faith, Philosophy, Religion, Thoughts.

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  • 1. pochp  |  March 26, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    It was always churchianity against spirituality.


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