In this current election season, I’ve been hearing references to “low-information” voters. Apparently these are voters who pay little attention to the issues and just vote based on what little information they’ve heard from friends or from TV commercials. When I heard the phrase it prompted me to think about what I’m going to call “low-information Christians.” I’m not necessarily using the phrase derogatorily. There are many reasons why a person may be a low-information Christian. And in some respects, we’re ALL low-information Christians. We never truly fathom all the riches we have in Christ. That’s what’s so magnificent about the Christian life–there’s always more to discover. So it’s not wrong to be a low-information Christian, but I do believe it’s wrong to stay a low-information Christian. We must grow or we become stagnant and die. In this two-part post, the second half of which will appear tomorrow, I’ve identified […]
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