Do you love me?” Jill asked as we climbed the stairs up to our room. “Yes, I love you,” I replied.
She asked again, “Do you love me?”
Did she not hear me the first time? “Yes, I love you,” I replied.
At the heart of Secular-liberalism is a vision of what it is to be human. In the popular mind, Secular-liberalism feels inclusive, compassionate, and relevant, while Christianity feels judgmental, narrow, and old-fashioned.
Note from Paul Miller: The first time I led an interactive Person of Jesus study was in 1995 for a youth group.
I have ministered in Guatemala regularly since 2010. If you were to ask, “What is the highlight of your time and service there?” my response would certainly be, “Finding Débora Ramírez and connecting her to seeJesus!”
In 1968, after Paul’s father, Jack Miller, joined the faculty at Westminster Theological Seminary, he decided to visit Francis Schaeffer in L’Abri, Switzerland. He encountered something there he’d never seen before—a praying community.
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