Luke 3:15-16, 21-22
Several years ago, an Anglican Bishop named Robinson made publishing history with a little book called “Honest to God.” The book has sold hundreds of thousands of copies because the bishop is saying what so many people are feeling. It’s very important for us, in our modern world, to be honest to God, honest with God, honest before God, honest about what we believe. We’re being told that we live in a world come of age, which means come of age intellectually. We’re sophisticated. We’re in the know. It’s a scientific age. It’s an educated age. It’s an age in which sloppy thinking in the area of our Christian belief simply will not do. As the bishop points out, we need to reach down to a deeper level of honesty about our belief in a God “up there” or in a God “out there,” and a lot of other things about God and Christ and the Holy Spirit and life and death and destiny. The…
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