July 24, 2014

I Love Tullian Tchividjian Despite the Fact That He Is Terribly Wrong on Occasion

Hays is on fire today. After tearing apart Russ Moore's naive ideas about amnesty for illegal immigrants (see previous post), he turns his attention to Tullian Tchividjian's pious-sounding but shortsighted approach to cultural engagement.

So is Tully's position that Christians should stop acting in the best interests of their children? Christians should stop protecting their children from becoming wards of the state? Christians should stop protecting babies, the elderly, and the developmentally disabled from abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia? Christians should stop defending the right of children to be raised by a real mother and father? Christians should stop warning people about the consequences of self-destructive lifestyles? Christians should stop defending their Constitutional right to preach the Gospel? Should we live to be "liked."
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