February 28, 2021

Setting Our Minds
Rev. Hardy H. Kim

“Probably faith—by which I mean awe and trust in the presence of the holy—will never be found in easy separation from religion—some religion; but the thoughtfully faithful will nevertheless be able to distinguish between what comes of faith and what comes of religion. And the greatest distinction of all in this contrast will always lie in the readiness of faith, unlike religion, to confess its radical incompleteness and insufficiency—indeed, its brokenness.”

—Douglas John Hall, The End of Christendom and the Future of Christianity