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Ideological Moralism and Gospel Grace

In short, there's a visible, practical difference we observe in the lives of those who trust in the Christian gospel as opposed to those who merely subscribe to its morals. Indeed, unless you believe the former you won't be able to practice the core of the latter—the command to love our enemies the way Christ has loved us. Moralism—secular or "religious"—can only lead to demonizing the enemy. And only the gospel of grace can lead us to the true benevolence that moralism fumblingly strives toward.

Cosmos Reboot, and Q&A - Christian Research Institute

Hank reviews a newspaper article discussing the new television program Cosmos, which is a twenty-first century edition of the original 1980 series with Carl Sagan. Hank uses this article to point out the errors of cosmology apart from God.