An Example of a Fundamentalism Not Worth Saving

Andy Naselli —  May 13, 2009 — 5 Comments

Danny Sweatt‘s sermon entitled “Young and Restless” (preached on April 7, 2009 at a regional FBF meeting in North Carolina)

A good friend asked me to listen to it last week, so I did (with my wife) early on Sunday morning. Not a good start to Mother’s Day.

Cf. Bob Bixby’s thoughts.

(The title of this post is a play on Kevin Bauder’s thoughtful paper.)

Update:

  1. Perceptive advice from Chris Anderson
  2. Bauder to FBF Leaders: “If you wish to model the kind of fundamentalism that really is worth saving, then the time has come”

5 responses to An Example of a Fundamentalism Not Worth Saving

  1. Of course John Piper likes to gather people to discuss theology rather than be concerned for the lost. Surprised you didn’t know that. Today while I’m writing my message, I’ll be running past the biblical position and into his arms, as a matter of fact.

    Hope the rest of your Mother’s Day was better, bud.

  2. Ya think?

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