The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Manger fatigue

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Kevin DeYoung marshalls the prescient G. K. Chesterton to help us fight manger fatigue:

It is almost impossible to make the facts vivid, because the facts are familiar; and for fallen men it is often true that familiarity is fatigue.

I am convinced that if we tell the supernatural story of Christ word for word as of a Chinese hero . . . there would be a unanimous testimony to the spiritual purity of the story. . . . If Christianity were only a new oriental fashion, it would never be reproached with being an old oriental faith.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Saturday 18 December 2010 at 16:09

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