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From Michael Kruger: What Does It Mean To Be Winsomely Reformed?

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Michael Kruger, wrote a blog post in response to the recent discussion of what it means to be winsomely reformed. He begins by defining the term "winsome" as a catch-all term for the kind of Christian character emphasized in the Bible, such as being compassionate, humble, meek, patient, and kind. He then offers three reasons why being winsomely reformed matters. First, character matters and we should be winsome because it reflects the character of Christ. Second, our character affects the way our message is received. And third, the Reformed world needs to grow in this area.
Here is a brief excerpt from Kruger's Article:
There’s been a lot of discussion in the last year (and the last week) of what it means to be winsomely reformed. And, sadly, the loudest voices have been undeniably against the idea of being winsome. It has been critiqued as wishy-washy, a failed cultural strategy, or as an expression of weakness ra...

You can read the full article here