Traditional V Contemporary

Craig Groeschel made the point that ‘today’s contemporary is tomorrow’s traditional’

3 thoughts on “Traditional V Contemporary”

  1. Or to put it another way,
    the principles stay the same, the methods are very important, and need to be continually changing and being contextualised.

    Paul thought the methods were very important, become all things to all people.

  2. That’s what I like about the Bible, it’s timeless. If the Bible were tied into our contemporary culture it would be outdated very quickly.

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