Here is a quote from Matt Chandler in the latest issue of Leadership:
“I’m unapologetically Reformed, but nine times out of ten I cannot stand the Reformed community. I don’t want to be around them. I don’t want to read their blogs. They can be cannibalistic, self-indulgent, non-missional, and angry. It’s silly and sad at the same time. Reformed doctrine should lead to a deep sense of humility and patience with others. How it produces such arrogance baffles me.”
He expresses what I have long-struggled to articulate. However, this kind of arrogance has been around since long before the Reformers ever showed up – and they are not the only ones who continue to act in this way. Where is the humility?