Nathan Busenitz at Pulpit Magazine has quoted a very helpful and interesting passage from Justin Martyr’s description of a Sunday church gathering during the Ante Nicene period.
“The world’s idea that everyone, from childhood up, should be able at all times to succeed in measurable ways, and that it is a great disgrace not to, hangs over the Christian community like a pall of acrid smoke.”
–J.I. Packer, A Passion for Faithfulness: Wisdom From the Book of Nehemiah, p. 206.
Thanks to Justin Taylor for this.
Way of the Master Radio compares the preaching philosopy of Rick Warren and John Piper.