Kiln blog: No Plan of Salvation

Sorry, but we don’t offer a neatly prepackaged “Plan of Salvation” for the members of our parish to use in evangelism.

We aren’t selling conversion. We are walking in divine justice and letting that speak for itself. If people ask about it, I can’t imagine how it would be exactly the same script you could follow in all contexts. No two people will be coming from quite the same kind of moral slavery, so the path to freedom has only some vague commonalities. Ultimate moral truth exceeds the capabilities of descriptive language; we end up searching for a parable that fits the need. We take for granted that our fallen human nature will surely get in the way, so we are reminded that the whole thing is one big miracle in the first place.

If this sounds interesting, click this link and read the rest at Kiln of the Soul.


About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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