Harold Best on Evangelicalism

by Jul 6, 2009ChurchLife1 comment

Harold Best, church musician, aesthetician, and no fundamentalist, in a discussion about American church music:

One of these days we’re going to be talking about evangelicals who were saved out of evangelicalism; and that day is probably on us right now.

That quote hit me hard. It’s true. It’s weep-worthy.

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  1. Todd Jones

    It makes me wonder how hard it would have hit people if some prominent theologian had said the same thing about being “saved out of the Catholic Church” a thousand years ago (in Latin, of course).

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