I have a short article in the latest issue of Tabletalk Magazine. It’s titled “Does the Church Know Her Commission?.” I argue that the Great Commission,
“summons us to invite the nations to treasure Christ in such a way that even if they lose everything â€” even their lives â€” it is okay so long as they have Him [Matthew 13:44]. That is why making disciples involves not just the entry-level rite of baptism but also the obligation of ‘teaching them to obey all that I commanded you.’ Where this framework is missing, so is the GreatÂ Commission.”
Do our churches understand that the task of evangelism is the task of calling out a people who would go to the death for Jesus? You can read the rest here.
Awesome article! Sounds like me in college and beyond! Thanks for your steadfast orthodoxy and personally, for helping me in Greek with my questions about doctoral work. Miss ya in Dallas! -Geoff Brown