Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Keller's Every Good Endeavor - Chapter 8 - Work Reveals Our Idols

I'll be facilitating a discussion on chapter eight (pages 129-152) of Keller's Work Thursday evening. Here are some questions I've pulled together for discussion.

  1. Keller defines idolatry as "imagining and trusting anything to deliver the control, security, significance, satisfaction, and beauty that only the real God can give. It means turning a good thing into an ultimate thing." Do you see parallels to our Sunday-morning series in 1 Corinthians? What might they be?
  2. Keller expands from mere individual or personal idols to cultural and corporate idols. What idols might easily ensnare our subculture in our Church?

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