Saturday, November 25, 2006

Where is the Wisdom?

I recently was introduced to Ravi Zacharias and RZIM(Ravi Zacharias International Ministries) through a link on a youth ministry news letter that I receive. The link was to an insightful little article called 'Where is the Wisdom?', concerning the failure in the church(and more generally, the world) to "challenge the mind of this generation" and to, ultimately, serve God with our minds as we are commanded to.
This is always an issue worth revisiting in my mind, and I fear what will happen to many followers of Christ in this next generation who fail to think, to ponder, and to 'test all things'.
Again, the article is very short, and, I think, quite good.


1 comment:

Daniel McLain Hixon said...

There are several words that our culture seldom uses that were plentiful among the Ancients and in the Ancient Church. Words like "virtue" and "wisdom." Maybe it is appropriate for us to start speaking into this void as Chirstians. We could start talking about the 7 virtues (4 classical and 3 theological) again...