Evangelical High Places


Kevin DeYoung has been posting a series on High Places - blind spots that evangelicals tend not to realise are disobedient. Anyway, the series so far is well worth reading. His first three High Places are:
  1. The Lack of Psalm Singing in Our Churches (It seems I'm not alone in my thinking this week.)
  2. Worldliness in Entertainment
  3. The Idolatry of Youth
The series is not finished yet, so there are still a few more blind spots to be pointed out.

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