Conforming to the truth of the faith is necessary for survival.
by Chuck Colson
If you have survived a Marine Corps boot camp, read no further. If not, this article is for you.
Over the years I've grown concerned about Christians—especially younger ones—who express little interest in the basic doctrines of the faith. They don't want to appear to be dogmatic or judgmental. I can understand why; after all, as Gabe Lyons and David Kinnaman pointed out in unChristian, we older evangelicals have often come across that way. But our failures do not alter the fact that understanding and living by these doctrines are essential to, well, being Christians. (continued…)