• Beginning with sin instead of creation is like trying to read a book by opening it in the middle: You don’t know the characters and can’t make sense of the plot

    Nancy Pearcey
  • When the only form of cultural commentary Christians offer is moral condemnation, no wonder we come across to non-believers as angry and scolding

    Nancy Pearcey
  • All of science is largely formalized common sense

    Nancy Pearcey
  • We tend to have a limited concept of spiritual death as saying no only to things we want or covet -- our guilty pleasures and selfish ambitions. But in reality, it means dying inwardly to whatever has control over us. The thing that really controls us may not be what we want. It may be what we fear. Fear can dominate our lives just as strongly as desire

    Nancy Pearcey
  • Author conveys contemporary respect for Methodist preachers who rode the circuit of frontier settlements to put themselves at risk for the Gospel near the Second Great Awakening. They were dubbed 'God's light artillery'

    Nancy Pearcey
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