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Post tenebras lux


Very good message at Mike Ratliff’s blog tonight,

I was born into a Christian family in 1951. I remember very well how the small town in which we lived in Oklahoma would be effectively shutdown on Sundays as all of the churches in town rang their bells (if they had them) and their auditoriums were full as their pastors preached the real gospel, which did not leave out the law and God’s impeding judgment on the unrepentant. However, as the 1960’s came and with it a cultural revolution, so did our churches’ proclamation of the gospel and justification by faith alone begin to take a backseat to sermons on morality and rebellion and cultural justice.

Here we are more than half a century later and we are witnessing the death spiral of what used to be called mainstream Christianity…

Post tenebras lux (After darkness, light)

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