Michael Horton on Mount Calvary Non-Negotiable No. 7

by Sep 3, 2013ChurchLife0 comments

In many ways, it’s more fun to be part of movements than churches.  We can express our own individuality, pick our favorite leaders, and be swept off our feet at conferences.  We can be anonymous.  Although encouraged by like-minded believers, we are not bound up with them so that we should feel compelled to bear their burdens or suffer their rebukes. Yet this movement-mentality keeps us restless and makes ordinary life in and submission to an actual church seem intolerably confining.

—Michael Horton [Read the whole thing—and see Mount Calvary Non-Negotiable No. 7]

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