Christians today are a very ‘faddy’ bunch. Maybe we’ve always been that way. We polarize based on the ‘brand’ we prefer, and that brand could be a denomination, theological view point, a method of ‘doing church’, or even just built around a personality. “She is a ‘Willow Creek’ follower.” “That guy is a ‘Mark Driscoll’ [...]
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