Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 12, 2003
Thanks to Constantine’s move, the church gradually began to think of its universality as power rather than as an evangelical mandate. Christ is to be lord of our political life, our cultural life, our everyday life -- every aspect.
Christ is lord of all! What a bold statement! Maybe even an arrogant statement! Lord of all? Do we believe that?
It was said of one preacher that “for tender minds he served up half a Christ.” Behind that lie two realities – first, that many of us don’t want the full gospel, we’d rather