Sunday, January 24, 2010

Hand in Hand

"There is no way to challenge idols without cultural criticism, and there is no way to do cultural criticism without challenging idols."

-- Tim Keller

HT: Jonathan Dodson via Brent Thomas


Bill said...

Very true. I have a feeling I inspired this post :-)

Again, sorry.

Jared said...

I happened across the quote in my Facebook feed this evening and was encouraged by it after questioning myself after the Thinklings thing. It is only "inspired" by you in that sense, but I didn't track it down and mean to post it as a passive aggressive thing, I hope you'll know. Just thought it was a good quote and it helped me tonight.

Love you, brother.

kinleyw said...

Don't want to interrupt anything here... but I love how Tim Keller can say something profound and then reverse it and double the profoundness. You see how he doubled the profoundness by reversing what he said at first which was already profound.

Savvy. (sorry watched all three pirate movies before we left the country)

B-U-R-L-Y said...

Tim Keller is like the Sphynx from Mystery Men. "If you balance a tack hammer on your head, you will lead a balanced attack." All joking aside, it is very good stuff!