Have we authentically shared the gospel in ways that people can hear, see, touch, and taste? Has “loving our neighbors” been genuinely, substantially, and sacrificially practiced?
Matthew Kaemingk makes the case for political hospitality towards Islam from a rather conservative Christian tradition of Calvinist political theology.
Lack of hospitality is a big deal to God because it falsely represents the nature of God… especially when it is perpetrated by the church.
We should look for the connections between our hearts of stone and our economic problems – at least when hearts of stone are turned to hearts of flesh – as both opportunities for stewardship and cause for rejoicing.