Thinking versus Postmodern Jell-O Juggling

“Yes, I have concerns. For example, I hope this book will help rescue the victims of evangelical pragmatism, Pentecostal shortcuts, pietistic anti-intellectualism, pluralistic conviction aversion, academic gamesmanship, therapeutic Bible evasion, journalistic bite-sizing, musical mesmerizing, YouTube craving, and postmodern Jell-O juggling. In other words, I believe thinking is good for the church in every way.”

John Piper. Think: The Life of the Mind and the Love of God. Crossway, 2010. 17.

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Joe Louthan

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