Saturday, January 10, 2009


I had book marked this CT article to read, but hadn't got around to it yet. Scot Mcnight quoted from the article:
"People who live in the moral-performance narrative use sarcastic, self-righteous putdown humor, or have no sense of humor at all. Lewis speaks of "the unsmiling concentration upon Self, which is the mark of hell." The gospel, however, creates a gentle sense of irony. We find a lot to laugh at, starting with our own weaknesses. They don't threaten us anymore because our ultimate worth is not based on our record or performance."
The whole CT article is worth readin.

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