Evangelical Christianity is now tragically below the New Testament standard. Worldliness is an accepted part of our way of life. Our religious mood is social instead of spiritual. We have lost the art of worship. We are not producing saints. Our models are successful business men, celebrated athletes and theatrical personalities. We carry on our religious activities after the methods of the modern advertiser. Our homes have been turned into theaters. Our literature is shallow and our hymnody borders on sacrilege. And scarcely anyone appears to care.

A. W. Tozer, Gems from Tozer (Camp Hill, PA: WingSpread, 1979), 46–47.

  • Posted May 3, 2016 7:26 am
    by Kason Bloom

    Very true!

  • James Miyashita
    Posted May 17, 2016 9:13 pm
    by James Miyashita

    What advice would you give for living in the world but not of the world? How can we avoid being (as the saying goes) so heavenly minded that we are no earthly good?

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