Evangelicals, 'Woketivists,' and the Faith of Believing Hard Things

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Read it twice, and, confess I still don't understand the point. I'll assume with the highlighted notion that "True Christian orthodoxy is that range of belief about God that best prepares a person’s heart to receive the gift of faith." Okay. In that case "Christian orthodoxy" is whatever an individual person acknowledges as their base requirement for being, or having, faith. (In what exactly?) So, if my orthodoxy doesn't match another's orthodoxy, say the author's for example, does that make mine "faux"?

Lee Cary more than 3 years ago