Such a theological program is highly individualistic, making the church an addendum to salvation, Christ’s resurrection a footnote to his penal death, and ethics an afterthought to theology.
- Andy Johnson
Find out what Andy Johnson is on about here. (Just to spice things up: His critique is of a doctrine that you -- if you're a Christian -- probably hold fast to; maybe even a doctrine on which your life of faith is built. It's certainly a doctrine I've clung to, but one I'm slowly beginning to loosen my grip on. Why? Because in the words of Daniel Kirk, "The structure of the universe is not law, the story of the universe is not a court drama".)