Quotable

2 Jun

“When churches make relevance their primary goal, they are vulnerable to the twin perils of postmodernism: relativism and narcissism. They succumb to relativism because they are willing to sacrifice biblical principles for popular success. And they are guilty of narcissism because they crave the acceptance of secular society, as if ‘the interests and ambitions of the unconverted can somehow be harnessed to win their approval for Christ.”

-Philip Graham Ryken, City on a Hill (p. 22)

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