It's Time for the Church to Grow Up

“’The only difference between Christians and non-Christians is that Christians are forgiven.’ Well, that’s simply not biblical.” - Interview with Thomas Bergler. It’s Time for the Church to Grow Up

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Bert Perry's picture

I agree fully that intergenerational contact and ministry can be key for helping Christians grow up and be discipled better, but it strikes me that a key question that the author doesn't really try to answer, as far as I can tell, is what the key factors are for growing up in Christ.  

And as much as I disagree with many churches that intensively use creeds, I've got to concede the point that having a creed or Confession often becomes a great place to start with "what is really truly important in discipleship?"  I might also add as well that when I've seen big problems in a church, it often starts with the leadership not being well grounded in theological basics like the Trinity, the Fundamentals, Bibliology, and the like.

Way off topic; if only I could find good work in the UP, I'd buy that house that's been advertised for longer than the seller would probably like to admit!  :^)

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

Aaron Blumer's picture

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Yes, the market for extensively upgraded cabins in the woods has not been great up there for a while now!

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