From the Mars Hill blog:
I asked Jesus into my heart before I can even remember. In the years since, however, I have lived a life motivated by nothing more than an aching desire to be perfect, beautiful, and righteous. I armed myself with knowledge and convictions and lived a very moral, introspective, and ultimately fear driven life. I read the Bible daily, but did not hear that Jesus’ goodness replaced the need for mine; what I read and heard was conviction, the need for it, and the power of it to safeguard and cultivate a life that pleased God. I paid lip service to things like Love and Faith, but actually lacked any relationship to real trust and heart.
In other news
TGCReviews Editor John Starke interviews Mark Driscoll about his latest book, Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe
Dr. Moore is asked, “Should I tell my child he was conceived in rape?”
Jared Wilson: “The Message of the Gospel is NOT “Behave!”
James at Hills Bible Church asks a great question: What should a Christian’s response be to pop culture?
In Case You Missed It
Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:
A review of Thabiti Anyabwile’s latest, The Gospel for Muslims
Trajectories Toward an Adjusted Gospel - Al Mohler at Together for the Gospel 2010