Link: The New Legalism: Missional, Radical, Narcissistic, and Shamed | Acton PowerBlog

This article provides an excellent balance to the post I just wrote. 🙂 I didn’t write it, but you should definitely read it. Because I don’t need to rewrite someone else’s excellent post:

…[M]issional, radical Christianity could easily be called “the new legalism.” A few decades ago, an entire generation of Baby Boomers walked away from traditional churches to escape the legalistic moralism of “being good” but what their Millennial children received in exchange, in an individualistic American Christian culture, was shame-driven pressure to be awesome and extraordinary young adults expected to tangibly make a difference in the world immediately. But this cycle of reaction and counter-reaction, inaugurated by the Baby Boomers, does not seem to be producing faithful young adults. Instead, many are simply burning out.

via The New Legalism: Missional, Radical, Narcissistic, and Shamed | Acton PowerBlog.

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