Monday, January 07, 2008

Resolutions, revisited

This ran across my screen over the weekend, while I was at the AIA/APA conference:

...resolutions often expose a self-sufficient, man-centered theology that will fail us by the time February rolls around.

"They make no reckoning with either the chief end of man, or the madness in our hearts while we live, or the inexpressible gift of God to sinful, dying people," Powlison writes. "Self-referential resolutions function within a self-salvation project, however noble and desirable the proximate ends in view."

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