Haykin’s Two Questions

Michael Haykin asks “Two Simple Questions” that I think are important enough to be reprinted here in their entirety {HT: Trevin Wax}:

Here is a simple question: If a Christian community is regularly speaking of reconciliation to God through the Lord Jesus Christ, and that by sovereign grace alone, but is rent by divisions with little or no actual reconciliation between the various groups within this community, what should we say about this community?

Here is another: If a Christian community is passionate about truth but has no obvious relish for unity with others who preach the same fundamental truths, and if they never speak about these others, let alone pray for them, what does this say about this community?

I know what I think, what about you?

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2 responses to “Haykin’s Two Questions

  1. Ken Davis

    I quoted both if these in my sermon Sunday morning.

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