Carl Trueman to the Young, Restless, and Reformed (and hip)

Two things came to mind: the beautiful young things of the reformed renaissance have a hard choice to make in the next decade.  You really do kid only yourselves if you think you can be an orthodox Christian and be at the same time cool enough and hip enough to cut it in the wider world. Frankly, in a couple of years it will not matter how much urban ink you sport, how much fair trade coffee you drink, how many craft brews you can name, how much urban gibberish you spout, how many art house movies you can find that redeemer figure in, and how much money you divert from gospel preaching to social justice: maintaining biblical sexual ethics will be the equivalent in our culture of being a white supremacist.

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In other words, the world is just like God: it accepts no half-servants.

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2 thoughts on “Carl Trueman to the Young, Restless, and Reformed (and hip)

  1. I guess there’s only one thing to say: “Thank God I’m ‘square'”!!!! Pretty certain nobody views me as being “hip”.

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