Posted by: Harry Sasnowitz | December 10, 2014

Defining “Sound Doctrine”

Relationship Over Religion

I was recently driving down the road when I pulled up behind a car at a stoplight. It’s during these times that I like to scan the various bumper stickers that people proudly exhibit. The one I read this day boldly proclaimed, “The Bible Says It, I Believe It, And That Settles It!”

There was a day in times past that I would have pumped my fist in the air with a hearty, “Amen Brother, Hallelujah” shout. But not this day. Honestly, I was a bit frustrated by the bumper sticker’s message, for two reasons. Let me explain.

First, I believe that this particular attitude, which permeates much of our Christian culture, is one of the main reasons why many in the world don’t take us seriously and have no interest in what we have to say. Instead of engaging them in a relational sense, allowing them to ask tough…

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