Why Theological Growth Is Like a Home Improvement Project

An apt analogy from Peter Enns.

People can choose to renovate or not. It’s up to them. But sooner or later, if we’re paying attention, we will see that all of our houses show wear and tear that can’t be ignored or touched up.

Good houses are built to last, but all houses are temporary. No house built by man can avoid renovation indefinitely.

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