One of the most embarrassing facts about Christianity is that those who practice it are imperfect. How shocking and yet, why would we expect anything else?
Oftentimes morality is used as a synonym for faith in Jesus Christ; that doing good things means I am a good person. And if I am a good person, that means I do good things. And yet, being a Christian has absolutely nothing to do with being a good person. It’s not about being good, being better, being more, being enough, being perfect. All of these are the statements of religion.
So if Christianity is not about morality, what is it about? And how do you understand the difference between reformation and transformation? We discuss all these today, on Renegade’s Guide to God.