Sunday, 17 March 2013

Something I Read...

"As the church rides the waves of a changing culture, struggling to do the necessary work of contextualizing its message and practice to diverse environments, it has become evident that many have overcompensated.  Like Paul, we seek to become like all men in order to win some, but for many of us this has meant becoming indistinguishable from all men.  It's not cultural contextualization we've achieved, but cultural capitulation."

      - Ed Stetzer, from the foreward to Trevin Wax's, Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals, p. 15

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