And When Everyone’s Gospel-Centered…

Many evangelical book publishers, churches, ministries and individuals claim to be gospel-centered, gospel-driven, etc. Google search “gospel-centered”  and you’ll find a staggering 5,600,000 results, while Amazon produces over 2,000 “gospel-centered” products. (Tim Challies provides a helpful breakdown of some key books and ministries here.)

Much like First Things editor R.R. Reno recently imposing a ban on robust, I suggest we consider similar sanctions on gospel-centered, driven, etc. Can’t we be more creative in our descriptions? One day “gospel-driven” and similar monikers risk becoming like the word evangelical.

Syndrome’s council has robust gospel-centered implications:

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