Church, raise up young Christians. Don’t pass it off to a book. But then, take advantage of every possible good book out there to help make that happen.
My hope is that this landmark book will re-orientate evangelical theology away from its attraction towards a shallow ecumenicity with Rome towards a serious dialogue based on the Word of God.
The pastor who preaches for the transformation of his people is equipping them for service in this life that will echo into eternity.
We need to hear God’s Word, and we need to hear it together.
This book brought me great pain in terms of the way the authors measure success in pastoral succession.
The cultural tumult around us is no cause for either the clenching of the fists or the wringing of the hands.