By Mark D. Roberts | Saturday, January 10, 2009
A friend of mine (thanks, Don) pointed me to a fascinating article in the Los Angeles Times. It’s called, “A closer, faster walk with thee.” The writer, Duke Helfand, chronicles the growing tendency among American Christians to squeeze God into very short segments of time. It would be easy to complain about this, but I think it deserves some thoughtful attention besides criticism. At any rate, here’s the link to the article. I’d be interested in your observations.
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