Tuesday, August 30, 2011

"Worldliness is the set of practices in a society, its values and ways of looking at life, that make sin look normal and righteousness look strange. It is the view of the world that puts the sinner at its center and God to the periphery" (David Wells, God in the Wasteland, 86).

In my humble estimation, Wells couldn't be more spot on.


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