The Cost of Non-Discipleship
David Platt reminds us that the problem isn’t that Christians too often mix religion and politics and all of life too much. The problems it that many Christians are not really driven by the core values of what they say they believe in.
“And the cost of nominal Christianity will be great for those who are lost in this world. For people in our communities, our cities, for people groups are the world who will go on without the Gospel, because we are content with not making disciples of all the nations. Because in our casual approach to Christianity we are leaving them on a road that leads to an eternal hell.”