- Dallas Willard, "The Great Omission," p. 168
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Holy, Strong, Loving, . . . Smart?
Today many evangelicals are trying to reexamine this issue [of the role of reason in faith], and they must do so in order to capture Christ as Teacher and begin to think of him as an intelligent person - which is now almost impossible for many people, evangelical or not. If you ask evangelicals to pick the smartest man in the world, very few of them will list Jesus Christ. And surely that is sad. It is a modern-day form of Docetism. But if he is divine, would he be dumb? And how can you be a disciple of someone you don't think of as really bright?
Labels: Discipleship, Docetism, Intelligence, Jesus, Willard
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