Dialogueolatry

Suess

Dialogue is not the infallible cure-all that we often make it out to be.

There comes a point when we simply need to call a spade a spade, to call sin to repentance.

To have dialogue after endless dialogue is to prize the most abject form of unity above God’s Word.

It’s to fear the judgment of man above the judgment of God.

It’s to substitute dialogue for the call to repentance.

It’s to deny the existence of absolute, objective truth.

It’s to commit dialogueolatry.  



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