We need to see the world through the divine narrative, not the other way around.
Quote of the Week
Just because democracy is influenced by the implications of Christian narrative does not make it the Christian narrative.
Worship sings, proclaims and enacts God’s narrative.
People who have been overly influenced by current cultural ideology have a warped view of the church and its ministries.
Everything that the church is and does flows out of God’s narrative.
The church must recover its countercultural mission to the world.
We must return to a historic spirituality like that taught and practiced in the ancient catechumenate.
Beware lecture-oriented, music-driven, performance-centered and program-controlled worship models.
We call evangelicals to take seriously the visible character of the church.
We must recover the truth of God’s Word as the story of the world.
The Christian message is a single, universal narrative of everything.
We must recover the profound original interpretation of God’s narrative—that of the early church.
The overemphasis on style results in an underemphasis on substance.
What must we Christians do to narrate the world once again?
God invites us to enter into his narrative by faith and live out his vision of the world.