One of the besetting sins of contemporary evangelicals is that our intellectual and theological lives are cluttered. As Francis Schaeffer once summarized the problem, we tend to think in bits and pieces, and not in wholes. All the things of earth are there, right in front of us, but they are not sorted out.
There is a reason for this jumble, and my summary of that reason is that we have trained ourselves through a misguided pietism to thwart the intelligent workings of the grace of God.
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