This is the fifth of a series of posts expanding on my Pastoral Letter post based on my sermon from June 28th.
5. We have lost our moral authority. How did we lose it, and how can we regain it?
We could talk cultural apologetics and offer up the most rhetorically excellent, logically flawless arguments imaginable in favor of the gospel message, but few would care to listen long enough to understand what we’re saying, let alone be persuaded by it. They don’t care because, in their minds, our understanding of the fundamental nature of human society is completely defunct in moral authority. They’re not listening. Continue reading Pastoral Letter Extended 5: Why no one’s listening